This is me not doing my homework because, quite frankly, it couldn’t get much duller. Three chapters on career development in children, which is basically child development. Again. Over it.
I’m a bit cranky today. I have tendonitis in the heel of my hand from sanding the ceiling the other day. I have to rest it, rather than finish the job. Irritating, and painful.
In addition to that, I wanted a new theme here but my site redesign refused to cooperate. I finally decided that it wasn’t worth the aggravation. This one will do.
I’m enjoying the Olympics for the most part. The coverage sucks and it can be tough dodging spoilers, but it’s still fun to watch. Certainly more fun than reading about how Piaget’s 4 stages of cognitive development compare to Super’s Model of Career Development for Children, or Gottfredson’s Theory of Self-Creation, Circumscription, and Compromise in relation to career development in children.
Also interested in Michael Sam’s story of coming out before the NFL draft. I’ll be watching to see how this plays out going forward. He was projected to be a 3rd round draft pick, but may now go undrafted. Surely some team will have the balls, so to speak, to pick him up. Again, so to speak. That’s a team I’ll cheer for. Unless it’s the Jets or 49ers. I have my limits.
Now, will you kindly hope that CT gets a big snowstorm on Thursday so I don’t have to go to school? It would spare me back-to-back classes, and I would really enjoy the break.