I'm thankful ... that Strike got into her first choice trade at school - that being Cosmetology. She just found out today! :)
In the kitchen ... Baking a Carrot Cake today.
I am looking forward to ... the day ahead. Playmaker's piano lesson. Baking, Quilting, watching The Music Never Stopped with Playmaker while I fold laundry. Fish fry this evening.
A few plans for the weekend ... Possibly/hopefully a double date! ... My husband & I with our daughter and her boyfriend, to see Red Tails:
I'm still reading ...
I'm wondering...who the first person was to figure this out:
One of my favorite things... Fibonacci numbers (if you've read my blog for long, you already know this about me :) - The spiral pattern throughout nature that they're inherent in make me wish I paid more attention in math when I was in school. Along that line, I think this video is fascinating.
Did you know that rabbits proliferate at a rate consistent with the fibonacci pattern? - just an interesting bit 'o fibonacci fact for those trivia fans out there :)
I'm looking forward ... to this new TV show, Touch. I haven't seen the season opener yet so I don't really know what to think of it - but based on the trailer and things I've already mentioned in this post, it looks to me like an interesting if not fascinating and intriguing storyline.
I am thinking ... that I can think of no living thing that didn't begin life as an unfolding/outward spiral of sorts (think developing embryos and germinating seeds). Can you?
Some reading this post might think I am into something weird like numerology, or worse. That is not the case. I'm no mathematician. In fact, I'm terrible at math. But, I know enough to know that I wish I was better at it. I like math because in math a statement is either true or it's not. Whether we choose to believe it or not doesn't change that. - And I wonder if that is, in part, what God wanted us to understand about Him when He gave us math - which seems to me like a not so secret code that when "cracked" leads/points directly to Him.
A favorite quote for today... “
I am pondering...
19 since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. Romans 1:19, 20
A picture for a thought I'm sharing ...
Have a nice weekend!