Day #1 of Year 35 started rainy and cool
In October, the turning leaves are works of art
Textures in the prairie grass make the roadsides a patchwork quilt
Soulful music serenades my day at the office
A bouquet of deep oranges, rich reds and carmelized yellows adorns my desk
Another trip around the sun
I am grateful. ❤
I swear. I’ll be a 75 year old woman saying “30 days has September, April, June, and November… All the rest have 31 (except February)!”
Does anyone else do this??? I just did. I didn’t want to get the calendar out or even click the calendar button on my desktop, but I needed to know the last date of the month to figure state sales tax on my sales report.
Never Eat Sour Wheat – the four directions. North. East. South. West. An acrostic.
8 times 8 fell on the floor. Pick it up with 64. – multiplication. Rhyme.
I sound like a crazy lady mumbling all these things to myself. It seems to be how I learn and remember. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been memorizing existing rhymes or making up ways to jog my mind.
M.A.G. – the order of the states of Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia from Left to Right. This is an acronym.
SOHCAHTOA – Sine (Opp/Hyp). Cosine (Adj/Hyp). Tangent (Opp/Adj). – Trigonometry. Another acronym.
What are your go-to’s to help you remember?