Archive for May, 2014

Our Transfer Maid Worked out Perfectly for Our Family Needs

Friday, May 30th, 2014

We needed a maid after the baby arrived and my mother-in-law was not physically fit enough at this point in her life to help us to the degree she desired. We mainly got a maid to relieve her of the guilt she was feeling. She had promised over and over again to be a big help if we had a baby because she desperately desired a grandchild. Then she had some health problems that came along as soon as we were expecting our baby, which turned out to be triplets! Now you see why a transfer maid was so beneficial to us.

My parents were both deceased, and we only had my wife’s parents to help us. My father-in-law is quite busy providing care for my mother-in-law, and I certainly did not want to burden either of them. My wife was convinced she could handle it all on her own, even when I had to leave on two week stints away from home for my job. There was no way I was going to let that happen. I originally was going to just have help for when I was not at home. (more…)

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Teaching the People About Technology

Friday, May 16th, 2014

Thanks to a company that does exterior restoration in nyc, I was able to start my own school. My school is a unique one in the area that specialise in teaching people of all ages to work with technology. The school has different classes for learning different programming languages, learning about hardware components, and even learning about robots. My goal is to create an entire neighborhood of people who are knowledgeable about technology that can have jobs in the tech industry and create new forms of technology that wil change the future, no matter how old they may be.

Restoring the building into a school was the easy part, because all I had to do was find the right company to fix up the building. In only a short amount of time, the building was done, and I had to get to the hard part. I had to find a staff who was qualified to teach at the school. I also had to get people in the neighborhood to come to the school. A school is nothing without people to actually teach. I started to spread the word about the school by making flyers and putting up around the neighborhood. I also created a website where people could read more about the school and register for classes.

A couple of months later, the school was finally open, and I had a full staff to teach all of the classes. Every room in the school was packed with people who were eager to learn about technology. Every now and then I peek in on the different classes to see how everything is going, and I see many people who are deep in thought as they learn about the new points of the class. It’s a wonderful thing to see so many people want to learn about technology.

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