1. While noodling away all over the piano keyboard: "This is a John Lennon song, but I'm changing the words a little bit."
2. "I want to go back to Cape Cod. It's a good place. It isn't not good. It has good show quality."
We're still trying to figure out what he means by "show quality". Neil quizzed him on it pretty closely, but it's still a mystery. But we love the double negative. This kid has no problem with abstraction and formal structure; he's gonna love studying grammar in school. (I did. No, seriously, I really did. Diagramming sentences was my idea of a good time.)
A feedback from a deperate parent
2 weeks ago