Have you ever noticed him during any occasions
Fulfilling your demand while isolating his own ones?
Just take a second and look at his eyes
You will face a fellow, believes in the hope of light.
The nights till now you have been sleeping without any fear
The credit, you will never know, goes to his unseen tears.
The tears that converted into a powerful resource
Leading everything smooth even at a stage of very worse.
He never demanded anything, nor he will but
Just doing his noble job selflessly that you must concede.
He is the one who always believes silently that you can
Standing beside you even when you think you have none.
#Specially dedicated to all fathers.
New Hampshire has the shortest seacoast of any coastal state in the U.S. There are many wonderful things to see and do in this state which includes the beautiful White Mountains. There are lovely ocean and lake beaches. The beauty of nature in any season.
Mt. Washington Cog Railway is the easiest way to get to the top of Mount Washington which is the highest elevation in the northern Appalachians. This was the first cog railway of its kind in the world back in 1869. At the top, you’ll find the Sherman Adams Visitors Center with a small museum, a cafeteria,
and the Mount Washington Observatory. This research station studies extreme weather conditions. From the Pinkham Notch side of the mountain, you can drive up the six-and-a-quarter-mile-long Mount Washington Auto Road or ride a van operated from Great Glen Trails. Those who want to climb have a choice…
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It has been a while since I have done this, but with a new year comes new posts. If you would like me to reblog your post YOU must do 2 simple things:
- Reblog this thread post to your readers
- Then leave a link to your post in the comments. Please keep in mind I only reblog Blog posts. I do not promote non-blog links or blogs who are selling wares.
Tit for tat, you reblog my post, I reblog yours. It might take a few days, but eventually I will get to your link…promise. 🙂
Did you know:
1. Your shoes are the first thing people subconsciously notice about you. Wear nice shoes.
2. If you sit for more than 11 hours a day, there’s a 50% chance you’ll die within the next 3 years.
3. There are at least 6 people in the world who look exactly like you. There’s a 9% chance that you’ll meet one of them in your lifetime.
4. Sleeping without a pillow reduces back pain and keeps your spine stronger.
5. A person’s height is determined by their father, and their weight is determined by their mother.
6. If a part of your body “falls asleep”, You can almost always “wake it up” by shaking your head.
7. There are three things the human brain cannot resist noticing – food, attractive people and danger.
8. Right-handed people tend to chew food on their right side.
9. Putting dry tea…
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I am still processing the excellent book, “The Good News About Bad Behavior,” by Katherine Reynolds Lewis. Lewis describes four types of parenting styles (and I like to think of them as teaching styles, too): authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent, and uninvolved.
If you are a parent or teacher, which style best describes you? Do you use punishment and rewards to control your kids? Do you try to be their best friend? Are you distant or spend most of your time at work or away? Are you mostly concerned about “covering the material” without connecting emotionally?
Lewis argues that an authoritative parenting style is most effective. Could you be described as a calm adult who holds kids responsible but allows them to learn from mistakes? Do you refrain from criticizing while allowing kids to experience natural consequences?
One important takeaway from examining parenting styles is that it’s okay to be…
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Have you heard of Typhoid Mary?
Mary Mallon or Mary Brown (she used both names) worked as a cook and harbored the typhoid bacteria in her gallbladder. Wherever she worked, the families in those households became sick, and many died, but Mary herself never became ill.
Authorities believed that Mary infected over 50 people with typhoid, several of whom died. They met with her and explained that she probably carried the germ in her gallbladder. When asked to stop working as a cook voluntarily, Mary refused because she did not believe in the germ theory. She asked, “How can I be a carrier if I have never been sick?”
Continue reading at: https://multiplesclerosis.net/caregiver/immunocompromised-protection/
to find out more about why I have to avoid people who might be sick to protect Lynn from getting sick.
Thank goodness christmas is finally all over! Dont get me wrong, I enjoyed it, but I sure am glad to be going back to normal, back to my normal routine, back to what I normally do every day!
Tomorrow I go back to therapy. I am delighted to be going back. The break was hard. It was really tough. We got through it but it was very hard to manage it.
Tuesday I go back volunteering on friendly call. It will be my first day back after the holidays. I am excited to go back to work. I will enjoy catching up with my colleagues in the office, finding out all about their christmas.
Wednesday I start college. Starting college is going to be amazing. I got my student ID card in the mail just before christmas. I have my second day of wrap training on Wednesday. Its an all…
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