June 03, 2008

Pink Peonies

We have a small crop of peonies in VA also, Rabbits' Guy. We have no callas to dress them up, though. But a pair of bluebirds did snip them off, put them in a vase and deliver them to our window sill, just like in Snow White. Or was it Cinderella?

Cinderella has not gone to the ball this evening, I'm sorry to say. She has been studying algebra with Pink's help.

Speaking of algebra, if you want a nifty site for learning about algebra in an accessible and fun way, especially if you help the kids with their homework but you are secretly a little unsure of your skills, take a look at coolmath.com

Rabbit squared:

Hope your Wednesday is exponentially happy!

9 comments:

staci said...

WOW, those peonies are stunning!!! Thanks for the math link, it was all so long ago for me and with a middle schooler I need all the help I can get!

Amy-and-Fez said...

Haha! They look very helpful.

I can not take credit for the word Doot! Mom says she thinks it came from cuteoverload.com those silly folks who brought us snorgle and cuteness that makes our heads explode.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

The peonies almost match Pink's eyes; the solution for X lies deep within those vermillion globes. Happy Mathday.

Carol said...

Pretty peonies! Mine are budded up and ready to burst soon too - can't wait! I got an email from Nicole this AM, saying your RR is now safe and sound at her home. She didn't post to the blog, and I don't know if she emailed you too - but wanted you to know it moved along ;-)

Rabbits' Guy said...

Pretty Pink Peonys and Pink! All the petals have fallen off ours now .. the table looks great, the vase looks pretty bad!

Just remember ... Pie R round, Cake R square.

Barbara said...

Great post - cracked me up! :)

furrybutts said...

Rabbit squared! now that's a math lesson I could enjoy ;)

FrecklesandDeb said...

Beautiful peonies -- what gorgeous color! Glad you have a helper for algebra. It's more fun to study with a friend.

That coolmath site was, well, cool! We played with the fractals!

Michelle said...

Oh I love peonies - how gorgeous those are!