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... for 50% of the damages. So there you go.
In this same week I was excited to continue my applications to US medical schools for the fall of 2016. However, I was less excited to realize that my existing MCAT scores were no longer valid with most schools. If any admission directors are reading this, maybe change your websites to say the date of the oldest MCAT you will accept instead of saying that you will accept scores for three years. That may lead ...
... create an opportunity to act on that plan
6) Learn to cook a load of new meals
7) Integrate into a Dutch family and hopefully stay in touch with them beyond my time here
8) Develop my skills working with children
9) Learn to ride a bike with no hands
10) Meet and develop relationships with loads of new and interesting people
I'm sure there will be more of these and I will add as I go.
Via a friend on Facebook, I came across the following article today. I think it has a lot of implications for anyone in the childcare world, whether they be parents, teachers, nannies, or camp counselors. While this does not particularly pertain to my life in the Netherlands, I think the ideals really translate when considering how you approach challenging situations with children. This follows many of the same ideals of Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, ...
... Amsterdam, so my children could swim in their pool, and took us out in their boat. There were also very special occasions we shared like Michelle's baptism. Moira always made an effort to get together, and it was always as if time had not gone by. She was a friend for life. I will miss her, and never forget her and I am sure we will meet again.
Love you Moira!
Louise Belley wrote:
Moira read a newspaper article ...
... celebrated every year in honor of the camp where Jews were hidden. It is import that we never forget.
There are 5 people who are still alive that were hidden in this village. The village was huts that were underground. One German man donated a well for the bunkers. They had to hand dig the well. People cannot live without water.
The Nazis found the village and destroyed it.
The village is being rebuilt by special needs people. Hunters , who were hunting for ...