Friday, September 6, 2013

Samuel and the Test: Part Two


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Source: mommyknows.com
Part 1 was  Samuel Takes the Test  at this site 

Samuel hopped off the table and dragged it over by the viewing mirror, followed by the chair placed on top the table. 

What is he doing…Oh, he is establishing contact…Wait…What is he REALLY doing??


Samuel had selected a variety of primary color squirt bottles and placed those on the table.  Climbing onto the chair with squirt bottles in each hand, Samuel thought.  These are on the tables of restaurants but never touched them.  Let us see what these babies can do…

The last thing the observers observed were wild sprays of colors hitting the mirror.  Circles. Arcs. All dripping and running down from the top of the mirror to the bottom in primary, secondary, and tertiary bold colors. Dripping and running until the mirror was obscured.

What kind of paint is that, tempura?….No, we used acrylic this time…WHY?...We got a good deal on it…

The cameras were in clear view and an easy shot.  Samuel aimed easily.

At least he did not see the cameras in the vents…No…How…Dammit!....

Samuel had dumped the crayons on the hard floor and was stomping them to pieces, almost powder.  Cheap things, aren’t they? Must be budget cuts.  Always stick with Crayola is my motto…


He dumped the tubs of thick paste and kneaded the crayon into it, forming a clay, a clay of all colors.  The heat vents were waiting for him, and he covered the clay over the vents, a beautiful paste that melted and hardened.  Lovely.  I must remember this…

What will happen next?  Now that Samuel has eliminated adult observation?  What will he do?

The third and final part of this adventure in the test is scheduled for Friday, September 13.  Is that significant in any way...or is it by accident...I just don't know for sure.

22 comments:

  1. He has had his fun, so now he will take a nap and dream in color.

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    1. At the end of this day, he will need a nap, for sure.

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  2. hahaha way to go, making sure no prying eyes can seem him. Now he'll set traps and capture them when they come in and then make his escape

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    1. There is only one door out for him, but the traps would be fun.

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  3. Arlene came first--he will bore himself to sleep.

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  4. Silly fools will probably brand him an artistic genius instead of seeing him for the potential phsycopath that he is.

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  5. Dear Susan, Samuel is so inventive--a master spy in the making--that I suspect he will dribble paint on the floor and make a maze of his own footsteps that will take him to the treasure trove he's been eyeing since coming into the room! Peace.

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  6. Sounds like a grand old time for Samuel! I want to take a test like this.

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    1. Oh, me too! To have the freedom of creating colorful art!

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  7. I suspect several psychologists would love to pick around in Samuel's brain.
    Now I'm off to buy some squirt bottles...

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    1. What colors are you going to get??

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    2. Everything available, then give them as a gift to a friend who paints. I think he'd like this squirt splodge technique.

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  8. Thank you so much for your encouragement, Susan, it encourages me to look for representation, once I've finished this sequel. This next book is unrelated to anything else I've written. With kind regards, Carole.

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    1. I will be checking up on your progress!

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!