Sunday, 26 March 2006
Yesterday’s Cousin Party was a moderate success, the drawback being that the oven took forever. We had great fun and lots of laughs, and that’s the best!
I love the colorful early- or late-day light, the Golden Hour I understand Hollywood calls it. In perhaps the brightest, least overcast moment since I arrived, the sun lit the unremarkable fenceline trees, enrobing them in grandeur.
A university acceptance person on the decision not to rely heavily on standard testing: Ultimately we concluded that testing was an artificial indicator of success and that intelligence is more multifaceted and complex than what can be measured by any single testing system.