I’m short, or as I have been called “vertically challenged”.
When I go to a lectern to speak, I am often too short to really see over and connect effectively with the audience. 213 more words
Growing up I remember all 5 of us measuring our heights on the wall in the garage as we got taller each year. It was always so exciting to see if we were catching up to our older sibling, or who was taller at what age, so I’ve known for a while I’ve wanted a growth chart for our kids. 192 more words
Numbers make up the basis of our world — virtual and real. There’s a mathematical formula for everything , including the chair you’re sitting on, the spiral orientation of conch shells, and even how the universe works.(Nevermind that we haven’t completely figured it out yet.) 243 more words
t would be fair to say that there are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to the height of humans. Most people think that as soon as we’re born, we’re designated a maximum height that we will eventually grow into at maturity. 1,697 more words