A live-action sitcom about two 12-year-old girls who start a multi-million-dollar gaming company and take on rap superstar Double G as a business partner. As part of a multi-platform experience, the games seen in the episodes will be released through apps and online from Nickelodeon.
Okay, so I won’t be watching that one, but good luck to her. Also, I found some different pics . . .
This is so cute it makes me smile, just not quite that big.
All blue-eyed people have one ancestor in common, born around 6,000-10,000 years ago. Blue eyes are caused by a gene mutation. For years, researchers had searched for it on the OCA2 gene. The OCA2 gene determines how much brown pigment is in our eyes. But what they were looking for wasn’t there at all.
If Monday didn’t take so darn long it would have been Friday yesterday.
Another image washed through the La Pinteresta tar pits so many times it’s almost invisible . . . but for my sleuthing abilities, learned from the Hardy Boys.
Pickup Dance Southampton now includes Ballet, Contemporary, Street and Yogalates! We are a growing dance school in the heart of Shirley, Southampton. All teachers have insurance, DBS checks and excellent training!
I’ve been a image freeloader on Zulily for so long, might as well take the free cash too.
They do have a bonanza of cool and quirky stuff. Speaking of quirky, their shipping times are two weeks and up and they only take returns begrudgingly, but if you’re not of the Twitter short attention-span crowd you get very good prices in exchange. Twirly dresses are one of few things I don’t like to buy on-line though, you can never tell with sizes. But I’ve had good luck with shoes. :)
Oh, and you don’t have to go to Walmart – a significant motivator…
But Zulily’s shotgun pace and turnover does mean a glut of pictures. Time to reclaim my hard-drive.
This girl looks like your regular 7-year-0ld girl. Cute as a button, or so my Grandma would say, and looking happy as can be this sunny summer day.
Brittany Kirby goes on a justified rant about ADHD/ADD, which her sister Brooke^ and whole family have to deal with. She discusses diet as a big factor for them, over medication of kids, and the dearth of medical knowledge on the subject. And she wrote it in 2011.
2017: Looks like there isn’t a pill for everything…
100 families of children with ADHD were recruited to take part in a five-week “few-foods” experiment. Half were instructed to keep their kids on a healthy diet, and half were instructed to give their children only “turkey, rice, some vegetables, and water — and that’s it,” . Of the 41 families who completed the few-foods diet, 32 responded positively, with 60 to 70 percent improvements on ADHD tests compared to when they’d started.
Probiotics is another field which may hold some surprises.