The greatest joy or sorrow comes from reaping what you have sewn. –WBC–
The great outdoors: it changes people. Everything I needed to know about life I learned in the Great Outdoors.
And you may imagine, as I used to, that being able to enjoy the outdoors requires special equipment such as big maps, special shoes, or backpacks. No, you don’t need them. But you use them sometimes for safety. But those aren’t the things I learn from. No, it’s really the interpersonal interactions I find out there. Whether with mother nature, or the people I’m with.
I finally started Calculus through BYU Independent Studies. The other day I checked out 5 Calculus help books from the public library, including “Calculus for the Clueless.” So far, in studying the first topic – limits – I’m enjoying it very much. I have 1 year to complete the course at my own pace, though I anticipate on finishing it earlier so I can start Calculus 2 in the Fall.