Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Life in states or i will say abroad is much different than at home. To remind each and everyone before we trust, we need to know the person well and be careful to all the words that we say. We don't know or assume every individuals attitude or character not unless we know them for years, but even though you think you know them sometimes we are still wrong. Sad to say we can't please everybody.
For us not to feel bad and be hurt by other people we think we can trust... We must think and always be careful...
Monday, October 20, 2008
ONLY SPEND $ $ ON NECESSITIES !
- VALUE WHO YOU ARE BY YOUR ACTIONS . . .NOT BY WHAT YOU BUY/HAVE !
- PAY DOWN YOUR CREDIT CARDS !
- STOP SPENDING WHAT YOU DO NOT HAVE !
- LIVE A QUALITY & VALUED LIFE .....not one on credit !
Saturday, October 18, 2008
Sunday, October 12, 2008
1. Family members should decide on what long in advance before a fire even hits?
a. Where the ladder should go.
b. What's the best plan for escape.
c. Where to put the smoke alarms.
d. Where the fire hydrant is located.
e. What window to jump out of.
2.There should be how many routes in an escape plan?
3.If you are in a fire you should do what if you see smoke?
a. Drop on hands and knees and crawl to the nearest exit.
b. Run to the closest door.
c. Slam all the doors closed.
d. Jump out of a window.
e. Yell for help.
4.After you escape the fire what should you do.
a. Go the meeting place that you and your family have planned.
b. Find the firefighters and your neighbors.
c. Re-enter the building now that it looks OK.
d. Locate the fire hydrant.
e. Call relatives.
5.How should you exit so that you are safe from a burning building?
a. Jump from upper floors.
b. Use the elevator.
c. Study exits before a fire strikes.
d. Throw a sheet out of the window and climb down.
e. Go to an adjacent roof and wait for rescue.
1. What's the best plan for escape.
2. 2 (Each member of the family should know how to get safely outside by at least 2 routes.)
3. Drop on hands and knees and crawl to the nearest exit.
4. Go the meeting place that you and your family have planned. (Establish a safe meeting place away from the house. It prevents family members from searching for one another or re-entering the building.)
5. Study exits before a fire strikes. (Explore the building beforehand so that every exit is familiar. If a hallway becomes smoke-filled, memory can help in finding the exits.)
Saturday, October 11, 2008
Teach children that if they find matches, they should tell an adult the location right away.
Make sure a household member is trained to use the fire extinguisher -- the ideal place for the extinguisher is in the kitchen.
Draw a simple picture of your home. Plan at least two escape routes from your home and two ways to get out of every room. Decide who will take charge of each child. Show children who live in high-rise buildings the shortest route to a safe exit. Warn them not to use the elevator.
Pick a safe place outside to meet family members after escaping from a fire -- remember, get out and call 911 -- do not try to put out the fire yourself and do not go back inside for any reason. Conduct a home fire drill at least twice a year, and do it at night, when most deadly fires occur.
Do you have a number on the front of your house? Can the number be seen easily from the street during the day and night? This is very important in case the driver of a fire truck or ambulance needs to find your house quickly. House numbers can be purchased at a low cost from a hardware store.
Real fires are FAST. In a few minutes your whole house could be on fire. Temperatures can be more than 600 degrees. You may not be able to breathe or see anything.
Each year, fires and burns kill hundreds of children and permanently scar thousands, yet more fire victims die from the smoke than flames. Smoke can overwhelm a child or adult in minutes.
Get out fast; seconds count. Phone for help from a neighbor's home, not from inside a burning building. Cover your mouth and nose. Crawl low under the smoke to the nearest exit.
Test the door before opening it. If it's hot or there's smoke, use another way out.
Once out, stay out. There's nothing more important in your home than you. If someone is missing, tell a firefighter immediately. Gather at your designated meeting place, and NEVER go back into a burning building.
If your clothing catches on fire, STOP. Running fans the flames, making fire burn faster. Shout for help. Don't run for help. Drop to the floor and cover your face. Roll back and forth to put out flames. Cool a burn with cool water.
Friday, October 10, 2008
Smiling is infectious,
You can catch it like the flu.
Someone smiled at me today,
And I started smiling too.
Toss this smile along to your friends who brightened up your day
or those whose days you want to brighten up.
Each day is a wonderful reason to celebrate!
This contagious smile was passed to me by Hazel. Visit here blog and you'll see her smile is so contagious. Enjoy life and don't forget to smile, you'll never know you brightened somebody's day with your smile. So to all my friends online, smile with us. Free to grab this tag.
Thursday, October 9, 2008
This concept references an interesting phenomenon which occurs in buckets of crabs. If one crab attempts to escape from a bucket of live crabs, the other crabs will pull it back down, rather than allowing it to get free. Sometimes, the crabs seem almost malicious, waiting until the crab has almost escaped before yanking it back into the pot. All of the crabs are undoubtedly aware of the fact that their fate is probably not going to be very pleasurable, so people are led to wonder why they pull each other back into the bucket, instead of congratulating the clever escape artist.
This term is broadly associated with short-sighted, non-constructive thinking rather than a unified, long-term, constructive mentality. It is also often used colloquially in reference to individuals or communities attempting to "escape" a so-called "underprivileged life", but kept from doing so by those others of the same community or nation attempting to ride upon their coat-tails or who simply resent their success.