New infant car seat designed to prevent hot car deaths

New infant car seat designed to prevent hot car deaths



Just as my friend and follower of Totally Inspired Mind illustrates here. ..don’t bully others. If you see it….Remember two words …STOP IT!

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Richard M. Ankers - Author

I’m a very passive guy and don’t anger easily, but……..

Whilst walking with my wife through the park, taking in the sun, enjoying the day, three youths thought it would be hilarious to head our way and kick their football at us. My wife walked away, I did not.

“I was only trying to nutmeg you,” said the kicker. His two buddies leering as kids do, especially when they are bigger than their target, namely me. (Nutmeg is kick it through your legs.)

Now the problem was that I felt particularly hot and flustered, so I reacted. I’m quite proud that I didn’t do what some men would, instead, I did this.

Having being a much better footballer than the youths ever will be, I took aim and blasted the ball back exactly where I wished it: let’s say I missed both his legs, if you catch my drift.


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10 Things My Tatay Taught Me That My Nanay Did Not

The Stars, Goodnight

If you ask me about my father, I’d probably say he was an engineer and he died when I was in my second year high school. But you know what? I have different stories to tell about him, just like the things he has taught me.

My Nanay taught me how to read. Starting from that A Ba Ka Da book you see at the market or book stores. The cheap ones that have thin covers, yellow, with two kids, a boy and a girl, reading. Our reading lessons were always during the afternoon. I remember it clearly. I learned how to read the word phoenix and exhibit when I was five. My Tatay did not teach me those. My Nanay did. And though my Tatay was an engineer, he never taught me how to count. I don’t remember he did those things but he did teach me some.


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