Ask most people what the biggest day on the Norwegian calendar is and they would probably say the first day of the ice fishing season. If you’re in that group (come on, be honest) you may be shocked and surprised to find out you’re WRONG…close…but WRONG! If you live in Dane, Rock, or Green Counties, you should be run out of town on a rail.
Send Out Cards. Technology has changed the way we communicate with each other. People have gotten into the habit of text messaging and email. Very few people send cards anymore. Try sending your clients cards- it will make your campers feel like a million dollars and will set you apart from 99% of other boot camps. Send a nice birthday card (include a little gift if you want), send a thank you card for their referral, send an accomplishment card for personal or camp achievements, or send them a “we miss you” card. Don’t you like to get cards!?
Be organized. A lot of frustration with the visitation schedule is trying to remember when the child is with what parent. It can be confusing to try and remember what parent picks the child up from school or other activities. Make your life simpler by putting up a visitation تقويم زينه (with only visitation times and events on it–use another calendar for other things) every month. Mark clearly the times the child has with each parent, and make a list to the side of important events or times when you need to pick up the child. Give a copy to the child’s other parent so there will be less confusion. This also makes it easier to make any changes that may come up in the month.
Located adjacent of the Flinders St Train Station, the Federation Square in Melbourne is always buzzing with life. It is a gathering place for people of all walks of life. It helps you t o know about the event happening in Melbourne. There are many restaurants, pubs shopping malls to offer you delight. Never miss the chance to visit the Federation Square. You can move to other attractive places like the Victoria Market, old Melbourne Gaol easily from the square.
On this Monday morning my girl rebelled against the concept of going to daycare. Monday mornings are always the toughest as both she and I make the move from spending a full weekend together. In the middle of her whining, she bursted out, But father, i want to spend a little time with you! She appealed to me, with her soulful brown eyes, and my heart liquified.
After starting in South Flex, Rudy had to enroll in Holy Corner Junior College that allows you to improve his qualities. With no it is possible to live, he slept while in the maintenance room. Just after numerous setbacks and even rejections, Rudy was ultimately accepted to Notre Dame and even made the football team for a walk-on.
Last Saturday, my daughter, Tess, asked me how my morning run went. I told her, “Not so well. I had a bad cramp most of the way.” She laughed and said, “But you probably kept on going for 4 miles, didn’t you, Mom?” With a lousy French accent I replied, “But of course.” The reason I didn’t turn around after the first half-mile is the same reason I kept running in the downpour a few days earlier — I know that persistence is king.