Despite the long day I still carried home Anita Tatlow's heavy tome in my rucksack, to read in bed!
It is the book that Taale Schröder, a German conductor, thinks may possibly be the source of the Petö or Hári quote that Kasey and co. are hunting for.
It is the book that Rony Schenker mentioned in her comment telling us that it also contains some of the Petö Proverbs.
Yes, some of them are in there and there are also a lot of other things attributed to Petö in there too, but I have yet to discover the elusive words.
Maybe if I stay awake long enough I may have found them by the morning.
Watch this spot.
I don’t hold out much hope on my ability to stay awake much longer, I have had a long day ahead of me with a longish bike ride at each end.
Maybe you would like to take a look at the book yourselves:
“Conductive Education for Children and Adolescents with Cerebral Palsy”
by Anita Tatlow
Ashfield Press, 2005
PS It is a full moon tonight, and that grusome laugh is back on my blog haunting me!