I admit it. I love math. I have a book of algebra problems that I take in my carry-on to do on airplanes that same way people bring their crossword puzzle books. I find it so darn fair....... algebra! Working the problems makes so much sense. I had an excellent algebra teacher in high school. He taught the Socratic method. When a student did not understand, that student was to raise her hand and ask questions. There were four girls in the class and I know we were the only ones raising our hands. My wonderful teacher told me after class one day that the boys did not know the answers either, but were too macho to raise their hands requesting more math explanation.
The first rules of algebra are so easy and fair to apply. Isolate the unknown and what you do to one side of the equal, you must do to the other side of the equal. Yes, things do get much more complicated as skills are learned, but those self-teaching books are wonderful. They do just that, they teach the lesson.
The idea here is the visual photograph. There it is, math and ttwd right there together.
So my two ideas here must be brought together for this post. One idea is if there is math in everything we do and if algebra is an important life skill, how do I entwine these two ideas with ttwd? I haven't a clue. I just like the photo and the math which the photo so well captures.
The math so well displayed on that bed is more trigonometry. That's the math that follows algebra. I loved that math as well.
Some might say that algebra and spankings both hurt like the dickens.
Some might say that algebra and spankings solve life problems.
Some might say that algebra and spanking both drive people nuts.
The truth here is that I do not care if you do not like algebra, but don't you love that photograph with the math included? What's a girl to do? I love the photo and I love algebra. Long ago, when blogging was new, Cat told me to always remember that this blog belonged to one person.............. me, the person who likes algebra and who lives with a spanky man. So now you know.