Backward Land: A Child Play

steve jobs quote crazy onesMy daughter and some of her friends in class were bored  and decided to play “backward land.”  Basically, it’s doing everything  backwards from what the  substitute teacher had asked them to do.   My daughter joined in for a little while, but when she felt things were getting out of hand, she stopped.  Some of the kids that continued, ended up going to the principal’s office.

Normally, these kids are not troublesome… they are bright and smart kids but today, they went too far with their inventive play.

Oddly, this event reminded me of one of  Steve Job’s quotes.

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