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Post Preschool Guidelines
on: May 6, 2013, 12:37

Great session! Let's be the force behind the revision of the Preschool Learning Guidelines. Balance!

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Post Re: Preschool Guidelines
on: July 20, 2013, 07:32

Regular health checkup in preschools is necessary to avoid any kind of viral disease. I think Phoenix pre-k is best in these matters. They never miss regular checkups, so my child is always free from diseases.

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Post Re: Preschool Guidelines
on: July 31, 2013, 23:08

good photos .bueno es lo poco que se decir .no hablo muy bien el inegls..:) traslate it in google good thing is how little say idont no speak and read very well english

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on: August 1, 2013, 12:45

before, our charitable and vntuoleer activities are focused on those values (also we give to pet shelters), because we believe that everybody should have the right to a quality education (and nutritious food).I'm also not going to play, I had it worse than you because that's exactly the kind of game that I find obnoxious, just like I'm fatter than you, which I also find obnoxious (or, my husband is lazier than yours and My house is so dirty I could just die and also, I feel so guilty ). And unhelpful for everybody. Economically my family has been lower middle class to middle middle class, with some side offshoots who have done quite well for themselves. Currently I am economically upper middle class and aiming for economically upper class. By most standard definitions of economic class. You've got it wrong. By co-opting the term lower middle class you thereby do not recognize your privelege. Quite the opposite you make it relative to those who don't have the privelege. What this does is lessen what women like myself (and more so women who have had less privelege than I) have accomplished. It is no longer any big deal. You've just negated large chunks of my lived experienced.Hon, you were never lower-middle class, not likely even strictly economically speaking. You've just never seen what that actually looks like and your fatuous assumption that you do rings out your privelege like a claxon.It's not about whether I had it worse than you or you had it worse than the next person, it's about pretending to be something you are not. And you are not and categorically never have been lower middle class. Your privelege has blinded you you are ignorant on the subject of class and privelege. I'm not asking you to apologize for who you are, I'm asking you to shut up and listen because your priveleged ass has some learning to do.And by the way, the term is not lower class . Try that one in the neighborhood I grew up in and expect some serious hostility. It's called working class . Because the people who raised me and the people I grew up with do the work you can't be bothered with cleaning your house and fixing your dishwasher and painting your walls. Respecting these people means not diminishing that work with an eye roll or a false equivalency.

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on: August 5, 2013, 11:48

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on: August 5, 2013, 13:55

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on: August 10, 2013, 07:41

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Post Re: Preschool Guidelines
on: August 12, 2013, 07:24

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Post lXsWQaLwwsoVd
on: August 31, 2013, 12:38

Why is Grapefruit juice $4 where you are? I buy Florida's Natural Ruby Red Grapefruit Juice with Calcium for $2.19 at Market Basket. But I don't buy the big jugs instead I buy the quart in the refrigerated section. So maybe double that would be $4.38 so I guess yeah...I love Grapefruit juice and I've been good about only having 1/2 a glass a day for breakfast. In the evenings, I dilute some limeade with water and have that. I get the Newman's Own Limeade which is delicious!I know what you mean about drinking cold drinks in the Fall and Winter. I need my iced tea or iced chai latte with soy in the cold months and the hot months. I can't drink coffee and I can't stomach hot tea. So cold it is. Plus cold drinks are so satisfying! credit cards rewards

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on: September 2, 2013, 12:52

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