The Edmonds/Kingston ferry run has been reduced to one boat for Monday evening's commute, the Washington State Department of Transportation said. From WSDOT:The Spokane will be out of service for the remainder of the evening. The 188 car Walla Walla continues to provide one boat service on this route. Preparations are being made to provide two boat service tomorrow morning. Schedule for tonight:WSDOT said it would post updates to its website. 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I still cringe when I remember dealing with an elderly care nurse called Mrs Coffin. And I still find it hard containing my amusement today when I see Chief Supt Trotter, head of British Transport Police, or Grand National winning jockey Tony Dobbin on the news. And what about a couple of weeks ago in the engagements' column one Dr Bypass. But it is those business names that show inspiration, humour, adventurous thinking and dare I say it downright silliness that now feed my passion. And I try to support them whenever I can. Above all else, children's shoe shops figure most prominently as they try to stay one step ahead quite literally of the opposition, especially in the face of the growing popularity of footwear sales via the internet. Favourites include Footsie 100 and Little Toe Peep, while those Adam Ant fans may like to step back in the time to the 1980s and shop at Goody Two Shoes. Others with a musical persuasion may decide that Shoo be doo or Shoewaddywaddy is for them. Children's shoe shops lend themselves particularly well to the business pun such as Lillifoot; Look Who's Walking and Bubble and Chic. The key back to school' buying period is also the basis for some owners Well School and Shooligans among those jumping on this bandwagon. Don't let geography put you off anybody in Northamptonshire with a shoe shop would also find it difficult to resist copying the owners who called their shop Towcester Toes, a great play on words. Perhaps we should have a competition to find the UK 's best shop name? Entries from different sectors could fight it out with rivals to see who would be crowned King of the Pun. The shoe shops would be up there with the best of them the fish shop called Battersea Cods' Home; the florists Floral and Hardy; the hairdressers Barber Blacksheep; the roadside caf Only Fools and Sauces; or the Baguette Me Not sandwich shop. While many of the names raise a smile, not least with me, there is clearly a very serious side to naming your business. If you look around, all good businesses have good names. Being different and being seen to be different is increasingly becoming a fundamental part of building a better business. The fastest growing companies, on and off the High Street, are those which differentiate themselves from their rivals making sure they stand out in their market, however fiercely competitive it may be.
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Your baby is born with his own stores of iron, gained from you while you were pregnant and absorbed from breast or formula milk (breast milk doesn't contain much iron but the fact that it's easily absorbed by your baby makes up for this). Once he gets to around six months his reserves start to run low and this is where solid foods start to kick in, to make up the shortfall. Giving your baby a good mix of food via a range of tasty baby recipes will ensure that you meet his nutritional needs. Scaling the food pyramid The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) food pyramid can help you work out what your older child should be eating each day. Log onto the MyPyramid website and enter your child's age, weight and daily activity levels to get a tailored nutrition plan with info on how many servings of each food group your child needs to stay healthy. The emphasis is on fruits, veg, whole grains, lean meat and a little healthy fat Whole grains: These are richer in fibre and nutrients than refined grains. Choose wholegrain or wholewheat breads and cereals, and brown rice. Vegetables: Ensure your child gets a wide variety of leafy dark green veg (good for iron and calcium if you're raising your child as a vegetarian), fibre rich beans and peas and brightly coloured (carrots, peppers) veg packed with antioxidant vitamins. Choose from fresh, frozen or canned (choose salt free options). Fruit: Any fruit or 100% fruit juice (with pulp is best) counts as a fruit portion; choose from fresh, dried, frozen or canned (preferably in juice, not syrup). If your child isn't crazy about fruit, he might still enjoy home made fruit smoothies. Milk plus cheese and yogurt:If your child is under two years of age stick to full fat options; switch him to half fat once he's over two. Milk is a major source of calcium for kids so if your child doesn't like it plain, you could try him with chocolate milk (though not all the time!). Meat: Choose lean cuts of meat and poultry and avoid ground meat wherever possible. If you're a vegetarian, ensure your child gets enough protein from non meat sources such as nuts and beans. When choosing fish, give your child an extra nutritional boost with varieties that are high in omega 3 fatty acids, which may boost brain power and help guard against attention deficit problems. Oil: Choose plant based oils, which are high in beneficial monounsaturated fats and cholesterol free (though you should avoid coconut and palm kernel oil, which are high in harmful saturated fats). Extra virgin olive oil is the best choice. What about vitamins? According to the American Academy of Paediatrics, as long as you follow the Food Guide Pyramid minimum servings when feeding your child, he shouldn't need extra vitamins. But what about the times when your child is chowing down on chips and cola at a friend's house, or bypassing healthy lunch options at school? Or what if he's a picky eater? You should always aim to meet your child's recommended daily intake of vitamins via food, since vitamins and minerals are much more easily absorbed this way and many foods are fortified with extra nutrients. However, a vitamin supplement can be a handy nutritional safety net for kids who don't eat well and for those who have a health condition that prevents them from absorbing nutrients from food. Give your child as many food sources as possible, but if you feel he may not be getting enough ask your doctor about giving him a vitamin supplement. Your Weaning Timetable: First solids are a big milestone for your baby and you too! If you're concerned about what foods to introduce when, use our timetable as a guide All You Need to Know about First Solids: Once your baby is aroundsix months old, it's likely he'll be ready to try his first solid foods. But just how do you go about helping him make the transition? Organic Baby Food: Is organic the best choice for babies? Plum Baby Superfoods think so, and here's why Weaning Your Baby on the Best: Weaning your baby can be a difficult time, one where your baby's individuality has to be taken into account. Susie Willis encourages us to use nutritional super foods, and a little bit of instinct Raising a Good Eater: Getting used to new foods and sitting down at the table can be troubling for a child, and nutrition is a constant worry for parents and carers. As seen on the show the Good Eater Technique can be a useful method to calm and encourage a fussy eater, and help get mealtimes back on track Baby Weaning Recipes: Your baby has just started eating real food. So what should you cook now? We have some quick and nutritious recipes for your child. Control those cravings for you and your baby! New research suggests that a craving for junk food can begin before a baby is born. Is it time to finally ditch the idea that if you're pregnant you should be eating for two? Women Nike Free Run 4.0 V2 Dark Grey Cool Grey Volt Quilted jump to contentmy subredditswhat's this?TROPHY CASECut onions and bell peppers into 1/2" or so pieces. Mix everything but the salsa in the crock pot, layering the chicken throughout. Top with salsa. Cook on low for 6 8 hours. Remove the chicken and shred it with a fork replacing it once shredded. Dice cilantro and juice lime(s) and stir into the pot. Quarter the cabbage and cut from just below the top into thin strips (if you start at the very top you have to cut too deep to get really thin cabbage) think of it like shaving. Cut shavings to desired length. Fill the bottom of a bowl with the cabbage, and add one half diced avocado per bowl. I like to mix it around like you making guacamole, but it traditionally just served with chunks. Add pozole over the top. This is a great cold salad too, and adding a few spring onions after everything has been refrigerated gives everything a good crunch. Check out /r/fermentation. The basic process is filtered water and salt. On the shelf it last for a few months (so long as the main batch stays submerged under the brine), and once moved to the fridge whatever you make should last about six months. You can use this to preserve veggies and make various fermented dishes such as Kimchi, pickles, Sauerkraut, Kombucha, etc. Whatever spices you want to infuse into these items can be put at the bottom of the jar and you can easily make them spicy and garlicy with just red pepper flakes and garlic (both which last a long time). You really only need a few glass mason jars to get going (avoid using plastic that isn food grade or metal). So if you find veggies on sale, you can preserve them for long periods of time. So the way in which race is a performance is that those who are marked as being of a certain race, with the associated stereotypes, feel pressure to perform in certain ways, both from those within the same "race" and from without? Sort of. I not too sure. I mean to say that this is one way of thinking about more accessible forms of performing race in the same way we think about people feeling pressure from others and themselves towards acting in line with expectations of gender, class, sexuality, etc. What does "race as performance" mean, then, in terms of meaningful political action? I not sure that it does beyond the same anti essentializing kinds of ideas Butler puts forward. And to tell you the truth, I not quite sure what a race drag queen would be. The closest I seen to it is in Spike Lee Bamboozled which is a truly amazing film dealing with performativity of race; a Harvard educated playwright winds up in charge of producing a minstrel show for national TV contemporary to the film production.
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