It’s Red Ribbon Week at K’s school. Red Ribbon Week is schools’ campaign against illegal drugs. As part of the campaign, everyone in the school dresses up according to the approved daily dress up theme.
Wednesday-Wear something that will show future career
Thursday-School Spirit Day
Friday-No class (Professional Development for teachers and staff)
I had to go to Walmart on Sunday to buy a camouflage dress for Tuesday’s outfit. K said she wants a pink camo. There was no girls pink camo shirt in the store but I saw a girl’s pink camo dress. So I bought one and so delighted that it’s priced $3 .
Then last night was the last minute preparation for today’s career dress up. I asked K what her future job would be. Though she had a lot in mind, she was particular about being a doctor for animals. So veterinarian it is. She had a Doc McStuffins costume in her closet when she was 5. So I improvised that and created a stethoscope because her stethoscope toy was nowhere to be found.
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As a car owner, one of the most important to me is the safety of my vehicle every time my family and I travel. It is not just something to compromise. Car safety is a MUST. I take it seriously. Besides, my life here in the USA is not complete without a car. It is one of the necessities to get around. And car shopping requires patience and a little know-how. Recommendations from family or friends should be taken into consideration because they can help with the decision-making in the long run.
Most people just look at car brands when buying one. They don’t take the time to look at the features and mileage capacity. All they think of is how they will look when they are driving an expensive car. I am not about that. I am about economic and safety features. So what car safety feature should we check for when buying a car?
When my husband bought my car, he sought recommendations from immediate families and he checked ratings and reviews on the Internet. He compared features and prices as well. One of the main concerns when buying a car is the Latch System in the back passenger seats. The Latch System consists usually consists of two sets of lower Latch anchors and three top tether anchors which you will find between the back and bottom seat cushions in the back passenger seats. If you don’t know about it, you may check it out in your car now. It is in compliance with the federal government law requiring cars manufactured after Sept. 1, 2002 to have a Latch System.
With this Latch System, you child’s car seats or booster seats will be completely secured. I recommend to go to your nearest Fire or Police Department for proper car seat installation. This way, you are confident. And to prolong the life of your car and your precious passengers, drive safely.
Today is the first day of school. It’s darling K’s first day of First Grade.