In my class we did a trust walk activity. The class was split into partners and one team member was blinded. The room was arranged differently and chairs and “bombs” (the yellow paper) were set up all around the room. It was the task of the seeing partner to lead the blind partner around the room without touching any of the obstacles by just speaking direction. The rest of the class was encouraged to give out wrong directions, and it was up to the two partners to trust each other to get through it without touching anything. It got especially nerve wracking when the blind partner had to jump, or take a big step. It’s hard to trust someone when they tell you to jump in the dark, but most of the students did it and nobody got hurt!
I’m not sure how it started. Maybe I just thought it was cute the way my Taiwanese boyfriend pronounced Pikachu (pi-ka-que), but for the past five years, every time one of sees a Pikachu doll, toy, game etc we have to talk about it and point it out, and end
Bored, playing around on my computer the other day, I started looking through old bookmarks on my browser. Since I have been an Apple user for a long time, whenever I get a new device or computer, it copies everything over automatically and I have bookmarked websites I haven’t looked