Traditional Catholic, Ex-teacher, Has written 1031-plus stories on Storify. A Multi-talented sportsman in my youth, especially in Tennis, acing an Australian Open Champion & taking 11-9 6-1 off the Wimbledon Coach (of 45 years), Owen Davidson, in mixed doubles. Solo singer for 5 years in Church. Church Reader for 5 years & Acolyte for 20 years, Hobbies: Saving souls from Purgatory, Daily Rosary, & Chaplets of Divine Mercy, Praying whilst Walking, Music lover, Reading. Pseudonyms = JesusLover33, MaryLover63, iMac Computer fanatic, with Jesus & Mary, to save as many souls as possible for Heaven, Fox Sports Aussie Footy & Tennis watcher, Former Tennis Coach & champion, coffee, carrot cake, muesli, milkshakes, muffins, sundae lover, author of Autobiography of a Bipolar on the net. Google: JesusLover33's Funeral Songs & Readings for many details about me.
As a parent, I naturally want what's best for my child - including the best education. I believe, the best education option is homeschooling. You are your child's first teacher! No one else can know your child as well as you - and no one else will have the same level of commitment to your child that you do. Even if you're not sure you will homeschool your child throughout their school years, doing 'preschool-at-home' is a great way for you to get your feet wet, and see what this homeschooling thing is all about!
Isabelle Clover, homeschooling mom of four
Décor plays an important role in setting the ambience of any room in your home. A vital part of any home décor is cupboards and if you are considering revamping your home with new built in cupboards, you should enlist the services of a cupboard artisan. Cupboards can change the overall look of any room and the style of your cupboards should complement your home and personality.
There’s a certain level of mysticism surrounding the ancient holistic practice of acupuncture. Those who haven’t tried it may view it as some sham practice with no real value or benefit. On the other hand, those who have tried are fully aware of its powerful effects on the human body.
Prince Edward Theatre is located at 28 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS in a busy area of Soho. Amongst visitors and tourists, the venue is an ideal location, as it is positioned near Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden and Leicester Square. The venue also has huge numbers of bars and shops. For disabled patrons and carers, theatre offers discounted tickets.