When I look at you nothing else matters My love for you is like the Mad Hatter’s love for a tea party in a deep wood Oh how I’d hold you if only I could My heart still does flutter when I see you All of my heart and soul, it’s whole-heartedly true.
When you go to plant a bean use a net or a screen for plants like this like to climb growing food in given time Feed it food that you have made from the waste that is food grade Mix it up with water and stir Fertilizer for plants to endure.
Just a note: I read somewhere that it is one of the best fertilizers in the world and it is made at home: Cut up a banana peel. Pour in three to four cups of water. Cover it tightly and wait 36 hours. Strain the liquid and you have a healthy fertilizer that is full of only good nutrients!!!
What is cryptic? Is it an old sneaker that has no laces? Is it a yellowed letter from a childhood crush? Is it dried roses from that special occasion? Is it the message we send when we text in CAPS? Is it a riddle that has no answer? Is it found in a desert beneath a pyramid wall? Is it found in the bottom of the ocean in a sunken ship? Is it the way you feel when you look at your lover? Is it a poem that has no rhyme? Is it a story that has more than one ending? All of these questions, so obscure, so vague….
Just a note: As I write this and think about routines, I honestly do think they make life run more smoothly. Why am I telling you all this? Because maybe, just maybe, if I put it out there I will start doing it!!!!!
What is macro photography? Basically, macro photography is capturing small subjects with larger than life results. A true macro shot could be anything magnified at a ratio of 1:1 or higher. For the purpose of this challenge, we will not be strict with the 1:1 rule. I am more interested in people having fun looking for the details, whether it is true macro or close-up photography. A macro lens is not a must. Great results can be obtained with whatever zoom lens and camera is on hand.
Jeff looked both ways to see if anyone had come in the shop without him noticing. He hadn’t seen anyone, but he had to be sure. He knew Gary was in back in his office so now would be the time. Jeff slowly opened the cash drawer using the emergency latch, so as not to make any noise, grabbed a few twenties and a few tens and stuffed them in his pocket. There wasn’t much Gary could do, since he had no way of keeping track of money. Jeff had seen Gary, who is the manager, do the same thing.
Believe it or not, kids love to show what they know! Why not make some mini-quizzes to reinforce learning? They don’t have to be traditional paper and pencil quizzes. They could be a back and forth question session. Let children quiz you on what they learned. That is a reinforcer!
Quick quizzes or informal questioning is so important because it reinforces what is being taught. It is also a way for parents to see what their children are having trouble with. This is very important information that should be relayed back to teachers. No one wants kids falling behind. Teachers have ways of completing formal and informal assessments. While children are out of the classroom, you can assist teachers in knowing what needs to be retaught or emphasized. This is a win-win for everyone!
A great way to have a fun time with kids is to play Kahoot. All you need is at least 2 separate pieces of technology. You can sign up for free on kahoot.com. https://kahoot.com/ There are existing quizzes and you can also make your own quizzes. Quizzes can be about anything! They can be super fun. Check it out or ask your child’s teacher about it.