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they’re basically little snapshots of his life with his wife. day to day instances

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it looks like they’re about life. it was so super realistic it was a little hard to look at in a few panels lol.

 

yes, the stupid ppl ... if i count to 10 they post 10 more stupid things i havd to deal with. it’s not true that there’s no such thing as a dumb question :/. DM and my family and friends sopoiled me. i never learned the skills I need for communicating with the hard of thinking. it really is a study thing. 

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7 hours ago, Mrs. Cindy Gill said:

it’s not true that there’s no such thing as a dumb question :/. 

 

I like to say it's not so much that there are dumb questions, it's just mostly just dumb people asking questions.

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20 hours ago, Cross said:

they’re basically little snapshots of his life with his wife. day to day instances

 

That's good stuff. Funny, sexy, true-to-life, etc.

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On 3/16/2018 at 12:06 PM, Cross said:

they’re basically little snapshots of his life with his wife. day to day instances

 

Well, I think that's really awesome.

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ahhh guys. I love learning things but find I find I don't have mucb headspace for it, between work and the things I need to do at home. Any tips on keeping a routine that lasts more than a couple of sessions?

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I think it has to be fun and something you are interested in. Maybe start easy with a Podcast you like and start by listening 10 minutes or so a day.

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also it's key to set aside specific time for it. things like this fall too easily into 'i can do it later.' or do it 'whenever' and whenever never happens

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what my brownie sister said. learning after school should be a joy and a pursuit you wish to take. 

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5 hours ago, Cross said:

what my brownie sister said. learning after school should be a joy and a pursuit you wish to take. 

 

I'm not really interested in economics. However, I am interested in how our trade policies and aid effect the world. So, I need to start with the basics and move forward.

 

Other than that, I pursue things I enjoy.  Life's too short to spend on things that bore you.

 

Also, like Cross said. Set aside time.

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On 3/18/2018 at 7:31 PM, Elaevia said:

ahhh guys. I love learning things but find I find I don't have mucb headspace for it, between work and the things I need to do at home. Any tips on keeping a routine that lasts more than a couple of sessions?

I started listening to some podcasts on my way to work. Every previous job I've had I've gotten the bus so I read on the way to work. Now I walk to work which is healthier so I'm pleased about it but it just seems like a wasted hour! 

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It's not wasted because you are getting exercise and learning or enjoying something.

 

What podcast are you listening to?

 

Edited by Ryrin

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I'm listening to Last Podcast on the Left. It's very 18+ and they make a lot of jokes so if you would be uncomfortable about jokes about murder etc please don't listen. 

 

However I enjoy that kind of humour from time to time so I'm very much liking it!

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I started on one of my courses. "Death Dying and the Afterlife: Lessons from World Cultures."

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On 4/16/2018 at 5:51 PM, Ryrin said:

I started on one of my courses. "Death Dying and the Afterlife: Lessons from World Cultures."

That's really interesting Ryrin!

Is it good so far?

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so part of my journey in studying slice of life comics. it's starting to translate! 

 

and turning into a study on how to color digitally. which is not as fun as studying the form in the first place. 

 

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currently looking into how to paint realistic 3D rocks for a miniature

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My next art goal Is to pain river rocks.

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I’m looking into flats and rental agreements in my city as me and my lovely boyfriend are looking for a place to live together! Yay!

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I listened to 5 lectures on one topic and 1 lecture on another topic from my Great Courses. I was outside in my lounge chair with a drink and my doggies. Each lecture was about 30 minutes.

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What topic are you doing just now Ry?

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“Death, Dying, and the Afterlife: Lessons from World Cultures.”

 

”The Other Side of History: Daily Life in the Ancient World.”

 

The first one is taught by a Professor at Hamline University. The second one is from Colgate University.

 

The first course should help immediately. In two weeks I’m giving a drash (sermon) at my synagogue. I was asked to choose one of the Ten Commandments. I chose “You shall not murder.”

 

 

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what all are you covering on that commandment? it’s a broader more complex topic than meets the eye

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