Tuesday, November 20

Art and Chaos - Found Art



My son finds a way to manage time. The quote in the upper right, from "Unknown", says, "Nothing makes a person more productive than the last minute."

15 comments:

  1. he is very bright.

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  2. ROTFL!

    A little stuck in his own perspective... ...beautifully so!

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  3. Wow! That's what my DayRunner looks like, too! Brilliant kid!

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  4. That is so cool. I wish I had that kind of time management skills.

    Regards,

    Tengrain

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  5. This is awesome. Thank you for sharing it with us. Like Tengrain, I wish I had that kind of time management skills. That, or a time turner.

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  6. Clever kid, no doubt - but please BG take the DayRunner away before he becomes another time management junkie!

    There's plenty of play time before he has to tote a Franklin Planner (owned by the Mormon Church I should point out) around like a ball shackled to his leg.

    Aside from work, calendars are the biggest scourge of mankind!

    Sorry, I got a little carried away there. I'm late for therapy .... Maybe if I used a planner I'd remember this stuff.

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  7. willis3:58 PM

    Smart kid. Good use of tools is very important.

    From the classic movie "Tremors" (never watch a movie that's better than 2 stars): "we plan ahead, so we don't have to do anything today".

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  8. Now that's a little man with a plan!

    And kudos to willis for quoting Tremors.

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  9. Seriously, in studying how people learn things in my schoolings, you're son has exemplified the concept map model. It's in the deciphering, not in the memorizing, that we learn. I love your appreciation of the artistry he has displayed. I agree it's brilliant.

    It would be interesting what other things he would/ will do with a planner that we adults can learn from.

    Thanks for sharing this.

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  10. Your son is obviously a born Zen Master. "Be here now. Been there yesterday. Go there tomorrow."

    What a beautiful sense of perspective... one many of us strive for and never achieve.

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  11. It's a little gift of himself at that moment in time he left you. I love finding things like this where I don't expect them.

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  12. This is amazing art ad I love that you call it art, someone else may say, look he messed up my planner. It also makes a lot of sense from what I know of your son, that this would be his view.

    Thank you for sharing.

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  13. I could sure use a good assistant if you guys every decide to move to DC! I'm terrible with time management.


    BAC

    ps: love the comments here ... such a smart crowd!

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  14. Haha.....brilliant! Love it.

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