At Home He's a Tourist

He fills his head with culture/ He gives himself an ulcer.

Saturday, January 29, 2005

Day off. Cleaned (much more to go though), practiced "Ruby my Dear," exercised, ate out, then went to a comic play put on by some homeschool kids ranging in age from 6 to about 16. It was better than I was expecting; most of the kids were uninhibited in front of the crowd, for which I envied them. The drama club rented the Fair Theater downtown, a golden age movie house that's been renovated for live performances.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

One of the most common arguments made against homeschooling is that not being in large classes allegedly stunts one's ability to interact with other people. It sounds like this may not always be the case.


9:53 AM  
Blogger Carlos said...

Seems not, if this admittedly small sample is any indication. Maybe it's the cruel or indifferent masses in the public schools which tend to make kids distrustful of others?

8:00 PM  

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