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arriving at vision therapy, I got behind an Amish buggy. In the cloudy haze, the buggy had its rear lights on. As we approached the turn for the clinic's parking lot, the buggy put on its turn signal (yes, the Amish do have turn signals on buggies!) and pulled into the parking lot. As the occupants of the buggy got out, I noticed that the child was one of my fellow patients.
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I did well in math until I switched schools. Unfortunately, I screwed myself up and convinced myself that I could go directly into Pre-Calculus without Trigonometry. The two school systems had curriculum that didn't mesh well so I chose not to bore myself and took a class that I was not prepared for as opposed to repeating 2/3 of a year of math. You have to understand that I was incredibly bored in my first school system and could get away with jumping around in the curriculum. I was warned that I was taking a tough schedule... but hey, I was used to tough... I just never knew how tough tough can be in the real world. Well, pride certainly went before a fall and I almost flunked Math. But I just soldiered on. Did Calculus and Statistics in college and did kind
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Anyhow, back to vision therapy. I also wore some funny glasses and looked at a piece of paper with rows of colored dots that was spinning on a turntable. I had to recreate the dots with colored pegs on a gridboard.
Finally, I played a game with one of the kids. Becky wanted to try out a new game. Unfortunately, I forget what it is called but it involved matching cards by matching their background color and number of dots on the dice. Jake and I have played other games before and we are getting competitive with each other! Fortunately for me, I was losing but I had to leave early before I officially lost.
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