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Nice Daycare photos

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Bat – 86/365
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Image by morberg
Olle’s daycare center had a 32 year anniversary and all kids got to dress up as their favorite Swedish animal. Bats are not that common, but they do live here.

I pretty much stole David Hobby’s setup (scroll down for great video), except that Olle is holding a bare flash pointing upwards instead of being lit by a flash in an umbrella. I used the same blue candle holders as in Drizzle.

Was kind of rushed this morning and the front flash was a bit too hot, but since I for once shot raw I could bring down the highlights and make the exposure look decent.

2010 06 11 – Daycare Graduation at Wildwood Park, Yucaipa 150
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Image by dcarlson54

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Desert Dog Daycare “does” Social Media
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Desert Dog Daycare "does" Social Media

Ali 28
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Image by SupportPDX

pink flowers green walls
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Image by Molly Des Jardin
This is the side of a daycare. What a color scheme! Dead tree is a nice accent.

Daycare Dogwalker – Mel

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Daycare Dogwalker – Mel
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Image by Dogwalker Brasil
Mel

Ali 10
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Image by SupportPDX

2007-09-13 Painting
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Image by Lance McCord
These are from Sophia’s classroom’s weekly newsletter

Hollander & Torin

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Hollander & Torin
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Image by Erik R. Bishoff
Hollander (right) and his daycare buddy Torin climbed into a diaper box together and their teacher grabbed us a pic.

They are even more adorable in person!

01-06-10 – Elias and Leah coloring – 6/365
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Image by Lynda Giddens
Project 365 2010 – Day 6/365

Elias must have caught another cold from daycare. Last night he kept coughing and coughing, poor little thing! You can see his red nose in this photo.

I bought a pack of 24 regular sized crayons and a coloring book to help keep Elias busy tomorrow when he’s at home, but I left them out and he found them, so we colored with them tonight. At some point, our cat Leah decided to plant herself on the opposite page and watch my toddler color.

Mark and I don’t particularly care for the cat, but she’s really good with babies and toddlers.

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Rodeo ebéd a bölcsiben

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Rodeo ebéd a bölcsiben
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Image by sikeri
Rodeo lunch at daycare

Detroit Daycare Dogs 8-19-14
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Image by Canine To Five

Ali
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Image by SupportPDX

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Image by ewwhite

What is a pay-as-you-drive plan?

It’s not that we’ve become a nation of dishonest people overnight. Nations don’t suddenly wake up one morning and turn over a fraudulent leaf. It only comes very slowly as the culture changes to bend the rules of what is acceptable. Go back a few centuries to when we were a more traditional Christian country. At that time, there was a good understanding of “right” and “wrong”. We had a moral code. There were real “family” values. Of course, there’s always been an underclass prepared to do bad stuff. But the majority were all more consistently good than you will find today. Now the idea of ethics is you can do whatever you want and it’s alright so long as you don’t get caught. Apart from a few dangerous liberals in universities, no one actually studies real philosophy to understand how you might define ideas like “fairness”, justice”, “honesty” and so on. We just get on with the business of living as best we can, trying to fit into the current way of doing things. A while back, insurance companies began wondering whether they could offer discounts to drivers based on low mileage or only driving at off-peak times. The reason was simple. People who only drive a few miles when there’s little traffic on the road don’t get into accidents as often as those who commute long distances to work every day in heavy traffic conditions. If the premium rate is supposed to reflect the real level of risk, low mileage drivers should pay less. Except no insurance company was prepared to trust drivers to report their odometer readings. There were a few trials based on agents inspecting the odometers on a monthly basis, but the idea never took off. Basically, the average driver was too dishonest. Now technology has caught up with the idea. If you own a vehicle manufactured by General Motors or Saab, you are buying OnStar technology. With a little tweak to the software, your vehicle can send details of all your journeys to the insurer. Some insurers are offering a black box you can fit to your vehicle that does the same thing. A few brave companies have begun to allow self-reporting online backed up by inspection. So if you genuinely are a low-mileage driver, you’ll find major savings coming your way. For example, State Farm and Progressive are offering the plan in multiple states. Other large insurers are running their own trial plans. At a time when gas has been growing more expensive – the national average is around $ 3.90 per gallon – it makes sense to drive less. Think about how often you use your vehicle. Instead of jumping into it every time you think of something you need, try a little planning. If you combine journeys and make them at quiet times of the day, your premium rate will fall and you will be saving on gas – it’s good for the environment as well. For the homemaker or senior, this is real cheap car insurance. The lowest rates are around $ 700 per year – for once, this is cheap car insurance, verified by the technology in your vehicle and bringing savings to your bank account.

To read more of David Mayer’s comprehensive investigations on different subjects visit http://www.topinsur.net/pay-as-you-drive-plans.html, where he frequently writes form making people aware of more things in the world.

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Image by dbzoomer
Little Pink-Nose, Sophia.

Grandma’s Grooming & Day Care
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Image by .Larry Page
Lake Havasu City, Arizona • taken for the The Stakhanovite Twins’ FirstName Basis Signage Project (Pool)

Nice Daycare photos

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Premier Horgan visits Douglas College Early Childhood Education Society
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Image by BC Gov Photos
Parents with children in licensed care will start seeing child care savings of up to 0 a month as early as April. The child care fee reduction is available to families with children up to kindergarten age, who go to licensed child care and whose providers opt in.

Learn more: www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/family-social-supports/caring-…

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Day 5: Toddler Aprons (Reverse)
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Image by quinn.anya
The last project cut before Paul was born.

2nd Week at Angie’s
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Image by mbaylor

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Image by Austin Community College