- Took the lead in getting ready for KidBiz. (See photo, above.) On the day of the market, he did a great job playing his violin and talking with customers.
- Played solo and with Jack for the Twin Cities Community Outreach 25th Anniversary Dinner. He took charge of the performance, and exuded a lot of confidence, both for this event and for KidBiz.
- Had a great hockey game with two assists and one shot on goal.
- Continued to work on electronics projects. In fact, this seemed to be a higher priority for him than computer time.
- Partnered with Thomas for a successful day at KidBiz. He helped with crayon production and selling, and he played his cello.
- Acquired a new-to-him stuffed animal at KidBiz. We think it is an Alaskan husky. He named it Pouncer (because it pounces on people), and dramatic play ensued.
- Played solo and with Thomas for the TCCO Anniversary Dinner. It’s not everyday they get to play in front of the mayor of North Tonawanda.
- Had three hockey games and scored his first goal of the season.
- Stood in front of the computer listening to the music when Pandora brought up a song played by Yo-Yo Ma. He also told the librarian, that yes, he would recommend that her nephew learn to play the cello. (This from a boy who claims that cello is one of his least favorite things.)
- Decided that “Mr. Aker” would be the good name for a character in a story. We are encouraging him to pursue his writing ideas.