Finally. I'm done watching my unwatched films. Over the last two nights, I saw Little Shop of Horror and The King and I. We wrapped up Transformers:Beastwars on Sunday.
Now, it's back to MORE READING. I won't be getting Transformers:Beastmachines. I do plan on getting Land of the Lost seasons 2 and 3.
I was playing around with PS2 emulation on my PC. Let's just say, I'm not taking my PS2 down anytime soon.
That, and I got a killer headache last night. Ouch.
Hey, there's a name for flipping numbers in your head. That's dyscalculia. It's not as catchy as dyslexia or dysgraphia, but hey, there's a word for it!
It's always nice to know that my problems have been neatly labeled and placed into sterile, scientific categories.
FYI, I'm not massively dyscalculic. Just a little, but enough to really screw up my recall of phone numbers and zip codes.
I'm looking at a visual-spacial learning checklist. "Does your child ..." I'd say I'm YES for about 2/3 of that checklist, including "Does your child remember how to get to places visited only once?"
- I remember where things are located on computer screens, but rarely remember the words associated with those selections.
- I play RPG's, which can be described as very mazelike, 3-D structures that you wander around.
- I work in the 2nd largest federal building in the US. I don't get lost.
- When driving the roads near the Pentagon, I only get lost 1/2 the time.
Whooo. More labels for me.
Yet another label.
I could have been diagnosed ADD (inattentive) when I was back in gradeschool. Ooooh. Yes, I was quite the daydreamer.