Numerologists are quite pleased with themselves today. They are bringing harmony and equilibrium to this crazy world.
Well at least the "Angel Numbers of 22222" are indicating we have this ability to do that if we care to try. (Has anyone checked the news today? How are we doing?)
Whatever random number sequences mean to the universe, at Valley Grove Elementary School Twosday it meant dance paaaaartay! They even took the numbers a step further - they made cool peace sign Twosday hats and at 2:22.22 p.m. they took to the halls to wave their two arms, wiggle their two ears, shake their two buns and make their two legs go nearly out of control.
They almost had "two" much fun.
This whole week is being called a palindrome week where each date reads the same forward and backwards. What a great way to teach a word many adults don't even know when it so well illustrated so it can really sink in. (Maybe the kids can teach it to their parents so they won't confuse palindrome with metronome like the photographer often does.)
Tuesday's palindrome just happened to be all twos. What fun.
And then, if that wasn't enough she came cack to ask me if I saw her jump (fo-toe above near the top of this story). I told her I did, I took her picture and she did great.
A few seconds later she came back to show me a scratch on her hand. I asked, "Oh you got scratched, are you ok," I thought maybe she was asking me for help even though it was a real superficial scratch. She said she got it at home but couldn't remember how. Then she asked the greatest thing ever - "Do you want to take a picture of it so you can remember it later?"
Why yes, yes I do,!" Kids are great reminders that life is way more fun than we make it out to be with all our series nonsense.