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"Bestest Day Ever"

“Bestest Day Ever” reckons my 3 year old son, Jono, when asked about our recent afternoon at the Ipswich Art Gallery. The Built for Speed exhibition was a hit with all of my family members, my husband’s competitiveness could not be hidden when an IAG staff member brought out the stop watch for Lego car time trials. 52 more words

Places

WisDOT: WIS 100 entrance, exit ramps scheduled to open December 12th

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will open the following ramps by the end of the day Friday, December 12th:

News

Weekly News - TruckCare and TruckSafe join forces, Fatigue Management Scheme, Saleyard Welfare Standards

Click here to download the latest ALRTA Newsletter or read on about truckCare/TruckSafe joining forces, fatigue management and more..

TRUCKCARE AND TRUCKSAFE JOIN FORCES FOR A SAFER INDUSTRY… 1,596 more words

Chain Of Responsibility

Skaters at Bercy

Taken while looking at the Bercy Skate Park you can see a couple people in action using the ramps on a scooter and roller blades, along with the various graffiti in the background. 14 more words

Paris

Throw-Back Thursday: Slowing Down and Taking Ownership

This Throw-back Thursday post is from November 23, 2011. I’m very happy to report that during the past three years our district has been able to add more than 1000 iPad minis to our preschool and kindergarten classrooms, thanks to grants and the hard work of our fabulous accountant, director, and office manager who all recognized the need for teachers to have the right materials to document student work quickly and easily. 354 more words

Throw-Back Thursdays

Yes. I tend to go a little overboard for my dogs. Am I alone?

If you ask, I am sure many people would tell you that I tend to go a little overboard where my pets are concerned. (I know for sure my family would!) I tend to buy them things that I think will enrich their lives and make them happy. 337 more words

Fun Stuff

DoggyMom.com reblogged this on DoggyMom.com and commented:

I often recommend activity toys, supportive dog beds, and mobility aids like ramps and stairs...is this going over the top? I don't think so. This lady does some wonderful things for her dogs - it's about giving them the best life you can afford. What have you done for your dog lately? Kathleen Crisley, specialist in dog massage, rehabilitation and nutrition/food therapy, Canine Catering Ltd, Christchurch, New Zealand