28 October 2012

VicTiM Or ViCToR


29 September 2012

Time Is Free

Have a Nice Weekend!


07 May 2012

Careers for Moms to Consider

Mothers all have the same full-time job. The salary is not paid with money, and the clients are not always the best mannered individuals, but raising children is probably a lot harder than many professional jobs. Despite this fact, Moms sometimes need to enter the workforce, whether its out of necessity or out of that Moms personal desire to have a career. Regardless of your own situation, here are some great career ideas for Moms.
Radiology Technician: This career requires an advanced degree; however, the degree is readily attainable from various online colleges, which are great for Moms with busy, unpredictable schedules. The degree usually takes a few years to earn, but includes some practical work experience that will be great for getting your foot in the door for future jobs. You can read more about the payscale, required education, and job outlook for a radiology technician here.
Paralegal: Getting your paralegal certification is not as difficult as it may seem. Becoming a paralegal is still a far cry from a J.D.--the degree required in order to take the bar in most states, but the work experience is great for those considering an eventual foray into the law school world. Working as a paralegal is not your typica secretarial, taking messages type of job. As a paralegal, you will help attorneys with real cases for real people. This kind of work can be quite rewarding. You can read more about how to become a paralegal, the usualy pay for paralegal work, and the national job outlook for paralegals here.
There are certainly more ideas or options for Moms' potential career moves, but the two above illustrate a constant that can be found in any career that is good for a Mom: (1) a limited amount of schooling required (an Associates Degree in most cases); and (2) decent pay with relatively flexible hours.


18 April 2012

Egg Hunting In A Rainy Day

It is a tradition here in the second day of Easter that kids will hunt eggs. The egg was a symbol of the rebirth of the earth in Pagan celebrations of spring and was adopted by early Christians as a symbol of the rebirth of man at Easter. The egg symbol was likened to the tomb from which Christ arose. Traditionally the game is associated with Easter and Easter eggs (Easter egg hunt), but it has also been popular with spring time birthday parties.
Every year the First Communion is given on the second day of Easter. One of my friend's daughter took her First Communion on this day. Annabel and Kevin will have their First Communion next year. 
Annabel and Kevin protecting their eggs from the rain.
My son with his basket of eggs.


About this Blog

I make this blog for foreigners who will live in this country, THE NETHERLANDS. Foreigners who are engaged or married they have to learn a lot of things about their new home like the culture, architectures, landscape, government, dikes etc. Especially the Dutch language which is very important in their social life. It is very difficult if they cannot communicate with other people. Most people speak Dutch, only few speaks English.
For visitors and readers, this will give you an idea what this country is. This small country ranks no. 5 in the economic stability in EUROPE. Their architectures like palaces, castles, dikes, ports (air and sea) are amazing.
Their culture is very interesting.

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