The pile on the right are the letters he knows right away and the ones on the left are the ones he has a harder time with. But he’s really into it lately and points out letters in signs. And has discovered an A on one of his sweatshirts and insists on wearing it now all the time. It matches nothing else he owns, of course.


6 thoughts on “Alphabet

  1. Maybe better to use the screen as a reference. “And here on the left side of the screen, we have …. ” Everything is about the screen nowadays anyway.

  2. I used the point of view in Emily’s original post. I knew the pile on the right was on the viewer’s right because Emily later mentions that Gus can recognize the letter A. That’s all. Thought I’d keep a constant pov.

  3. he’ll really only need that other pile for things like ‘dextrose’, ‘froth’, and ‘quash’, none of which are really appropriate for a developing mind. still, it’s a shame that he might miss out on ‘plinth’, or ‘quixotic’ which are words i’ll never get tired of.

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