Today’s post is for a friend named Sarah, who turned 48 yesterday. Your first fun puzzle is to figure out what is special about the italicized part in the following:
Yes, Friday afternoon! Mary has Art. Yay! One of my friends, Sarah, Continue reading “Blog Post #60: For Sarah”
Not only at Christmas time, but every beautiful day, our world is still blessed by so many of God’s miracles that the word myriad is appropriate in recognising how countless they are. Continue reading “Blog Post #50: A Myriad of Miracles”
It’s about 2 years and 3 months since I was a 2x3x3x3-year-old, and tomorrow my little brother also bids farewell to that age, as he then turns 55–but a very youthful one! Our phone conversations cover lots of topics of mutual interest, including our love of music. I will now have frequent fresh musical news to share, thanks to my new job as the Mathematics teacher for the primary, middle and high school students in Musica Mundi School, a stunningly beautiful music school in Waterloo.
Continue reading “Blog Post #47: Magical Music”
Hello again, and welcome to my 41st blog post. With my first 40 posts, I happily started a tiny tree, and now to start off today I have a quick puzzle coming for you!
Make a proper eight-letter English word using all the letters of TINY TREE. Continue reading “Blog Post #41: We Can All Be Winners”
It is always a great pleasure for me to discuss rich and beautiful subjects such as Chess and Mathematics with other avid readers and friends who are similarly happy to share good thoughts.
Continue reading “Blog Post #39: Sharing”
Two days ago, despite the icy weather conditions, it was a great pleasure for me to drive to Kortrijk Chess Club, where I met up with several friends whom I hadn’t seen for many years, as well as getting to begin numerous new friendships. Continue reading “Blog Post #37: Iedereen Is Belangrijk”
As my previous post was given on February 6, it was just slightly tempting from a mathematical point of view to wait until we had had February 7, 8, 9 and 10 before publishing Blog Post #34=7+8+9+10, but love will always be far more important than logic, and we should never wait until tomorrow to kindly offer the good that we could give today.
Continue reading “Blog Post #34: LOVING DAY”