Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Meet my Beagle Puppy Daisy

Daisy was born on July 17, 2012. I was looking for a new friend and family member and saw her in an ad. She was in a family for to weeks prior to ours, and the prior owner was unable to care for her any longer due to other obligations, so I took on the motherly instincts to care for her. I drove across the state of Florida to pick her up and have taken her to the vet to get her puppy vaccinations, and found out she has a double ear infection and a spot in her left eye. He said she needed to be checked out sooner and I was able to show them the ad I found her in and he said I pretty much saved her, also the vet put her on medications to try and treat it. I just want to let you all know this... Please if you are looking to adopt an animal from an ad, please get more information from the person. The young girl/ lady I got Daisy from was kind to give her up but should have been repectful to take her to be seen for shots and etc. It would not have kept me from getting her but it would have been best for the puppy!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Spice drop Ethan Models for Physical Science

My son had to build a Model Ethan for his Physical Science project using Spice Drops, he needed to 32 red ones, ( not so bad tasting except there was 34 in the bag we purchased, he needed 24 green and there were 34 in this bag and 10 black, those are the worst ones of the bag, but to say the least the person over seeing quailty control at the company made sure to over load the yellows, whites and black spice drops, YUCK!
Here he has printed instructions to guide him in building the models

The green ones are for Hydrogen, the red are Oxygen and the Black ones are Carbon, He was to show the eqaution of Ethan and Oxygen then Carbon, hydrogen and Oxygen then balance them stating how many Ethan models were needed to balance this.  

He said 2. The teacher directed sheet asked how many water molecules did he need to support the balance, 6. Oxygen models was 7 Those are the red spice drops. 
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