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I want to own a shirt like hers after I give birth to my son. Not only is that shirt adorable, but it’s also something I would really wear! Even though the remix isn’t exactly one of my more favorite ones, I stumbled across it while I was being recommended music on YouTube — apparently it knows that my affinity for all things pop knows almost no bounds — and couldn’t help but listen to the song because I liked what shirt she was wearing in it. Yes, I do things like that.
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So many of my classmates have developed an earnest interest in having their own websites now that we’re learning web coding in my computer science class. A lot of them are majoring in programming, and they want to have their own website that showcases their skills and talents. Through my experiences in this class, I’ve learned that having such a site can really help people that want to use your services find you. It can also help you make even more money than you would if you didn’t have one! Even though I know enough web coding to get by, I don’t have as much time as I’d like to help my classmates make sites of their own — not only do I have a three-year-old son, but I’m six and a half months pregnant with my second child. I’m thinking about linking them to to this great web design Ottawa company I’ve found.
Some of my classmates who are especially close to graduating might get a lot out of this. Since they specialize in SEO, or search engine optimization, they can really help my classmates get out there and found by people who would like to pay them to program for them! As a matter of fact, if you’re looking for a great company that won’t charge you an arm and a leg to make you an excellent site, I strongly suggest that you check out Joomla Bliss as well.
It’s surprising to note the fact that my History teacher has so many book reports to grade that he said we might start getting them back before final exams. This doesn’t upset me, though! I love the professor I have for my second History class because his expectations are clear and he lets you know exactly what he wants you to study before tests — I’ve had so many teachers that didn’t do that, so to have one whose expectations are crystal clear has been so refreshing! That, and I have a 94% in his class because he only lectures about material that could show up on the test. There is no extraneous information presented that could potentially bog us down or confuse us come test times, and I love this…
I’m also thinking of taking American Literature II to fulfill my other Humanities requirement over the summer, but I’m not sure what I want to do right now. My mother told me that I shouldn’t because I’ll have a newborn by then, but I’m going to be attending school full-time in the fall… so why not get myself back into the swing of things after having James by taking one summer class?
I’ve always cared about doing everything I can to help out the environment. Whether it has something to do with choosing to cloth diaper my children or recycling as much of my trash as I possibly can, I do everything that is within my power to make the planet that we live on a better one. When I’ve had spare time, one of the things that I’ve been reading about lately is renewable energy. I’m not the biggest fan in the world of doing things like putting gas in my car even though I know it has to be done for me to get somewhere, so I always get excited whenever I hear something new about alternative energy.
If you haven’t already heard about it, I suggest you go and check out what http://www.nviro.com is doing. For something that has the potential to be so great, I’m surprised that more people don’t know about it! N-Viro International Corporation’s processes allow things like bio-organic wastes and sludge to be converted into things that have real value to us — agricultural and soil-enriching products are just two of the things that this process can make, and they can make a real difference! It’s almost like being able to pick up the trash that we throw away and make it into something else we can use. The fact that their company has made more than $40 million dollars developing and licensing this technology really speaks volumes about how much they care about our world. I really wish more people cared this much about our planet.