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stephanie parker
Attended The Art Institute of Charlotte
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He's in my taxes and now he's trying to get in my cereal. Shame on you, Uncle Sam.
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“Every child deserves a champion — an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be.” Follow +Popular Quotes 




#family   #children #parents  #love  #care  #happy #important     #wonderful   #life   #value   #champion #deserve  
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This is why we ask folks to take off their shoes on our LO's rugs, and her daycare opts to have a shoeless environment (which I feel should be mandatory in all daycares!). 

http://ecochildsplay.com/2008/06/17/shoes-transmit-disease-leave-them-by-the-door/

“The common occurrence (96 percent) of coliform and E. coli bacteria on the outside of the shoes indicates frequent contact with fecal material, which most likely originates from floors in public restrooms or contact with animal fecal material outdoors,” said Gerba. “Our study also indicated that bacteria can be tracked by shoes over a long distance into your home or personal space after the shoes were contaminated with bacteria.”

Even more disturbing to moms of little ones – 90 to 99% of bacteria found on the exterior of the shoes was transmitted to hard tile and carpet.
Dr. Charles Gerba, a microbiologist and professor at the University of Arizona, joined forces with shoemaker Rockport to study what types of microorganisms are transported by footwear. Ten people were given a brand new pair of shoes to use for two weeks before having them tested for bacteria. Aft
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And your turn peoples.
 
Some jerk I used to know posted this on the FB. I hadn't seen it. Your turn.

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May The 4th Be With You!
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At hospital. They just paged someone named Betty Butterball. Bwaahahaha!
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snicker...snicker...snicker...

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Sitting on 77 for over an hour now. Wreck somewhere and we have gone 2 miles. At least we have this to keep us motivated. 
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My company's quarterly charity event was today. We helped +Pilgrims Inn​ in Rock Hill set up for their annual fundraiser at St. Anne's Catholic Church. This was an empty gym when we arrived this morning. Great job everyone! 
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Very cool.

I helped Clay's old scout troop this morning mix spices in prep for cooking 5,000 lbs. of BBQ next Wednesday and Thursday .

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Annd this is a head scratcher....
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Don't think I'll be reading that one to Ellie anytime soon... chuckle

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pretty cool #pentatonix  
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  • The Art Institute of Charlotte
    Multimedia/Web Design, 2003
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Had my precious Ellie on March 17, 2014. Our little St. Pat's baby is doing well and has given new meaning to our lives.
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fort mill, sc
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rock hill, sc - catawba, sc
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
So far I'm ecstatic with my daughter's care at Smart Kids'. She's almost 3 months old and has been relaxed and so calm/happy. When I go at lunch at see her, she's always sleeping which is great. Ms. Rosemary takes such good care of the babies and is very calm... and those babies know it! Each infant gets a report card of their daily activities, diaper changes, feedings, etc. Open door policy makes it easy for me to stop in whenever I want to. She's also sleeping better at night and is very happy. I feel confident that even though she's young, she's getting education and stimulation and love she needs to thrive. Also, interaction with the other babies is fundamental for her social growth and everyone is so happy and well taken care of. Ms Rosemary sings to them and talks to them and loves them just like a parent would want. We also feel the security of the facility is nice. There's a PIN pad and everyone who is approved to pick up or drop off a child has to be fingerprinted and check the child in/out on a computer. And things are clean! Hard to do with kids, of course, and there will be germs and bacteria and colds.. but, they keep it very cool to inhibit bacteria growth, shoes have to come off before entering the infant room(s), toys are disinfected, etc. Each child's items are labeled by the parents (bottles, clothes, diapers, toys, etc.) so there are no mix-ups and such. So, to recap, I'd highly recommend this daycare facility. If my thoughts ever change, I will definitely post about it, but we are super happy with the facility. As first-time parents, we were skeptical of a few of the facilities around our area but as soon as we walked in to SK, we knew it was a good place. It just smelled cleaner and looked happier/nicer than the others.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Dr. Truesdale is fantastic. She actually LISTENS, which is hard to find these days with the hustle and bustle of doctors' offices. The facility is nice, clean, and inviting.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I took my young dog (less than 1 year old) to this vet because she was BITING the fur off her hind quarters. Robby Chappel concluded she had MANGE even though I reassured him several times she was BITING the fur off - it wasn't just coming off (I had a dog with mange years before and knew the difference). He did a rear exam with this gloved THUMB to see if her glands needed to be expelled. Really? A big, human THUMB in my little dog's rump? He then proceeded to tell me it was required to give her Ivermectin shots (apparently the most painful shot you can give a dog). Her first one - all seemed fine until we got into the lobby and she started yelping uncontrollably, in so much pain that poo fell out of her involuntarily! She was hollering and jumping around all over. Folks waiting in the lobby were freaking out. I had to take her outside and it took 5 or so minutes for her to stop yelping from the pain. Needless to say he followed me out and told me she'd need a "series" of these shots. I took her back once more, and once more only - it required a doctor, two nurses and myself to hold her down OUTSIDE to give her the shot. It turns out - from seeing another vet - she was merely allergic to a flea bite (even tho she was on flea preventative). None of this stuff Dr. Chappell put her through was required! And, I found out later that Ivermectin can be administered ORALLY!!!!!! Forevermore - my dog has been extremely freaked out when I take her to the vet. These two visits forever marred her. She is now 7. She hyperventilates and I have to give her a dog barbituate just for an annual exam. I WISH CHAPPELL WOULD HAVE SOMEONE DO THAT ISH TO HIM! Worst. Vet. Ever.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Very displeased with the nail service. This was the worst pedicure I've ever gotten anywhere. I purchased an Amazon Local coupon for a mani/pedi. The tech, Carly, who worked on my nails is fresh out of school (literally, high school- she still wears her high school ring), and is very "green" and inexperienced. She's nice, but should not be doing nails. Here's what happened: I've had probably 50 or 60 pedicures in my life and this one is the worst I've ever had. When I go for a pedicure I look for three things: exfoliation, calf massage, toenail polish. I'm 8 months pregnant. I can barely reach my toes so I splurged to purchase this coupon in hopes of getting my nails done. Carly took me back. 1) Calf Massage. She did NO massage on my calves, whatsoever. 2) Exfoliation. She slathered on the salt scrub and lightly rubbed it in and then rinsed it off. She used the pumice block very, very lightly. So light, in fact, when I got home that night, the bottom of my feet felt like sandpaper! My feet are not bad normally but now they feel scratchy when I try to put on socks or when I rub them against fabric or skin. 3) Polish. She began to polish my toenails and dropped the hot pink polish bottle and it splattered the wall, my shoes, my feet, and the wash basin where my feet had been. She didn't apologize. She looked flustered and lightly wiped off the flip-flops I brought with me. These flops have rhinestones on them and the leather bands are white. Now they are hot pink. She then started to pour bleach into the basin while I hovered my legs over it. Hello! A) I'm pregnant and should not be breathing those fumes, B) One splash and she'd have ruined my clothing with bleach! I quickly corrected her "uh, no, you should not be pouring bleach while I'm sitting here". She stopped and tried to get the polish off the wall. At this point I'm really ticked off. She has no experience, doesn't know how to apologize, nor how to handle a tense situation. As for the manicure- it was "so-so". She couldn't keep the file on my fingers, it kept jabbing my hands and I took my rings off because she kept coming dangerously close to filing them! I woke up the next morning and the polish was already "pulling away" for lack of a better term from my cuticles and looks 2 weeks old. Whatever. I cannot believe a business would try to solicit more clients and stick them with someone who clearly has no idea what she's doing. I will NOT return to Ohana for any type of nail service. Completely unprofessional hacks.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I took my young dog (less than 1 year old) to this vet because she was BITING the fur off her hind quarters. Robby Chappel concluded she had MANGE even though I reassured him several times she was BITING the fur off - it wasn't just coming off (I had a dog with mange years before and knew the difference). He did a rear exam with this gloved THUMB to see if her glands needed to be expelled. Really? A big, human THUMB in my little dog's rump? He then proceeded to tell me it was required to give her Ivermectin shots (apparently the most painful shot you can give a dog). Her first one - all seemed fine until we got into the lobby and she started yelping uncontrollably, in so much pain that poo fell out of her involuntarily! She was hollering and jumping around all over. Folks waiting in the lobby were freaking out. I had to take her outside and it took 5 or so minutes for her to stop yelping from the pain. Needless to say he followed me out and told me she'd need a "series" of these shots. I took her back once more, and once more only - it required a doctor, two nurses and myself to hold her down OUTSIDE to give her the shot. It turns out - from seeing another vet - she was merely allergic to a flea bite (even tho she was on flea preventative). None of this stuff Dr. Chappell put her through was required! And, I found out later that Ivermectin can be administered ORALLY!!!!!! Forevermore - my dog has been extremely freaked out when I take her to the vet. These two visits forever marred her. She is now 7. She hyperventilates and I have to give her a dog barbituate just for an annual exam. I WISH CHAPPELL WOULD HAVE SOMEONE DO THAT ISH TO HIM! Worst. Vet. Ever.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I am super pleased with the facility, the personnel, and the service. After going to the same dentist and hygienist for 30+ years and making the switch to Southlake in the past year, I am very pleased to find a nice facility with folks I feel I can trust. The facility: very nice, professional, clean and the waiting room is very posh (big +)! The technology: I feel as if I'm worlds away from the other dental facility I visited before in my life; Southlake gets my "outstanding" rating for having the latest and greatest available. The staff: super friendly, eager to help, and willing to listen/explain no matter how many questions I pose. Me: Smile. A clean, happy smile! :)
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago