I have seen teams where staff are lovely to each others face, but behind each others backs they gossip and backbite. They never confront directly, always talking to someone else about their problem, but not to the person who could resolve it.
The flowers are colored white, coral and orange, and first I thought that the orange of the flower and the pink of the cap might clash, but I think the colors really compliment each other. My daughter who is years old really liked the small womens hats - http://lineskis.com/ style and said it looked really good on me.
Insurance Card - Red and blue lights in your rearview and a siren means you have been stopped by the police and the first two items the officer will ask for is your license and registration. Keep a current insurance card in your glove compartment. Even if you have insurance, but accidentally left the card at home the police will have no mercy. It's not worth spending half the day at the municipal court standing in line to get your ticket dismissed. Take it from someone who has learned the hard way.
Dress your child in loose fitting clothing. When they go out to play, make sure that they can move around freely. Lighter materials such as cotton allow your child's skin to breathe and stay cool while they play. Denim is too confining and holds moisture. Let them wear sandals or tennis shoes with a pair of cotton socks. Without footwear, the sand or sidewalk will burn their feet.
All of us value our eyesight. Being in the sun with your eyes unprotected is hazardous. UVA and UVB rays are most responsible for damaging the eyes and can lead to such conditions as photokeratitis (a burn of the cornea), cataracts (a clouding of the lens of the eye), pterygium (a tissue growth over the cornea), and retinal damage. You can protect your eyes by wearing a the hats guide.com - http://www.Thehatsguide.com/benefits-of-wearing-visor-h… or wide-brim hat. According to the Mayo Clinic, it's best to wear UV sunglasses that block 99 to 100 percent of the ultraviolet sun rays, preferably the wrap-around style that will keep the light away from your peripheral vision.
Success is not an end but a process; developing the self-discipline to get up every day, day in and day out, hurdle after hurdle, one foot after another, until you've accomplished what you set out to accomplish.
All to say, slouchy beanies are great accessories and are so fun to make yourself! Knitting is not just for 60+ either. It's fun! It's perfect hobby for a foggy morning (which are never in short supply during June) on the couch with a cup of tea or coffee.Join this group?