A 12-month wedding calendar, budget, checklists, to-do lists, questions for vendors, and more make it easy for you to jot down notes and ideas, keep track of wedding-planning appointments, organize vendors' information, and manage your guest list.
Soft contact lenses by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
Within weeks of Thomas Hardy's return to his native Dorchester in June 1883, he began to compile his 'Facts' notebook, which he kept up throughout the years when he was writing some of his major work - The Mayor of Casterbridge, The Woodlanders, Tess of the d'Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure. From his intensive study of the Dorset County Chronicle for 1826-1830, he noted and summarised into 'Facts' (with the help of his first wife, Emma) hundreds of reports, many of them suggestive 'satires of circumstance', for possible use in his fiction and poems. Along with extensive reading in memoirs and local histories, this immersion in the files of the old newspaper involved him in a wider experience - the recovery and recognition of the unstable culture of the local past in the post-Napoleonic war years before his birth in 1840, and before the impact of the modernising of the Victorian era. 'Facts' is thus a unique document amongst Hardy's private writings and is here for the first time edited, the text transcribed in 'typographical facsimile' form, together with substantial annotation of the entries and critical and textual introductions.
This book carefully explains how notebooks, palmtops, and pen computers work and what their components are. You see each major subassembly in detail along with its major problems and solutions. You even learn a series of preventive maintenance procedures that can keep your system running longer.
Help your clients facilitate positive changes with these innovative therapeutic exercises! The Therapist's Notebook for Families empowers mental health professionals with clear, practical, easy-to-use therapeutic exercises for working with parents, adolescents, children, and families. These exercises will improve your effectiveness with clients, helping them to explore possibilities, find solutions, and create change in spite of difficult problems. The current climate in the mental health field calls for professionals to be both effective and accountable. This book will help you to work more effectively and more respectfully with clients with an array of exercises designed to facilitate change processes. These activities will help you and your clients in: establishing goals and projected outcomes changing unhealthy views improving on their current style of action/interaction identifying and amplifying change managing setbacks ending therapy This volume include suggestions for the best ways to use the exercises as well as descriptions of the purpose of each activity. The Therapist's Notebook for Families will prove invaluable in your work with families!
Mr. M's Notebook is a trilogy tracing Mark Blenchard's career as a high school teacher over a fifty-year period, starting in 1970. The book contains Mr. M's story, and the stories of the teachers and students he works with at Bailey T. S. Memorial High School in fictional Gorham, Massachusetts. In Book 2, Mr. M. and his colleagues confront issues facing teachers and students from 1986 to 2000. Although a fictional account, the issues are relevant and contemporary. If you are a teacher, a prospective teacher, a parent, a school administrator, or any member of the public, Mr. M's Notebook informs readers about the passion teachers bring to events happening every day in schools and society.