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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Homework





Must be Math Facts



Bye, Gramma

Each one of them has a real desk with a real chair and a lamp to see by.  We even have a kitchen table.

27 comments:

  1. I remember the days when I could sit like that and do my homework! Not anymore. Give me a proper seat with my work on a table in front of me!

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  2. But if they didn't have a desk, I bet they'd be telling you that they really needed one!

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  3. Oh how that brings back memories; it would cost me a fortune in chiropractor fees if I tried sitting that way these days. Good girls though, they look very focused.

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  4. My parents would have upbraided me if I had even thought about sitting on my bed or a sofa....chair and table was their rule for homework. And no radio....

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  5. Everybody knows that desks and tables cause wrong answers!

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  6. Some places just feel right to be doing deep thinking.

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  7. Most kids spend so much time at a desk it's probably a relief to spread out and hang out with room to move. I'm a floor person myself.

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  8. It makes my back hurt just to see them!

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  9. Didn't like school that much hated homework even more.

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  10. This is very familiar. Both our kids did the same. The desks were used for holding stuff like clean/dirty clothes, empty bags and memo pads :)

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  11. I ALWAYS sat (or sprawled out) on the bed to do my homework.

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  12. I am so envy of their flexibility. These days I need a desk and a firm chair. Back in the day? All homework was done sitting or sprawled across my bed. And yes, I had a desk and a chair as well.

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  13. They look like they are working very hard. I remember when I could bend and shape my body anywhere. Now, not! LOL

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  14. Ah to be a kid again and be able to sit in all those strange positions and not get all stiff, not so for me any more, they seem to thrive on it.

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  15. at least they didn't have headphones on - also better than doing you homework on the bus in the morning.

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  16. I vaguely remember when I could sit like that. Now, I really love my ergonomically correct desk and chair.

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  17. Liv does ALL of her homework sprawled on our living room floor on her stomach. I used to insist that she sit at her desk or at least the dining room table, now I let her do it where she pleases as long as it gets done. I don't know why I nagged her so much about it. Silly, really.

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  18. At least they DO their homework. Perhaps they aren't used to having their own desks?

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  19. I remember when I could bend like that... :)

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  20. I always sprawled myself out on my bed to do homework. Even now, I hardly ever sit at my desk.

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  21. Those pictures made me laugh -- I used to do my homework on my belly on my bed. I can't even imagine doing that now!

    Pearl

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  22. That couch position looks particularly unsustainable! :)

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  23. Funny how we contort ourselves in strange positions in order to be able to think and concentrate ! :)

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  24. I got an oak desk and chair as a Christmas present while I was in high school...Never used it...Bed/Chair was my answer..Think I sold it to parents who thought their kids would use it..

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  25. Remind me to tell you of the time I found my daughter curled up in a suitcase! I've decided that kids are made of rubber. They can be comfortable in the most impossible positions. And good on them that they are DOING their homework! Someone's good training, I think! :)

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