When the final act
and you are left
standing all alone,
and only God,
will be there
to take you
God Loves You.
We have all
with great temptation.
so many faces
lined in pain –
of a Life
filled with so many tears,
as if we were left
standing in the
of our lives
brings its Promise.
And in the Fall
of precious Loving
we feel God’s Promise,
to return us Home,
– David J. Evans
a Beautiful Song,
with a clear and simple message –
a call for us all
to focus on the Love
for you and me.
in so doing,
it cannot forward
the commonality of
compassion and care,
we may dare
to inspire within
within each day
of every Life,
Language of Love.
is not just
where the Heart is,
one and the same.
and the end
thank one another,
and the Lord
for the precious, Sacred
we take for granted,
And let us
to share even more
of the precious Time
that is given,
of our Compassion
an Eternal Flame.
The Earth is lost in slumbers deep;
So hush, my sweet, and close thine eyes,
And let me lull thy Soul to sleep.
Compose thy dimpled hands to rest,
And like a little birdling lie
Secure within thy cozy nest
Upon my loving mother breast,
And slumber to my lullaby,
So hushaby, hushaby,
Hush my sweet and close thine eyes,
And slumber to my lullaby.
The moon is singing to a star
The little song I sing to you;
The father Sun has strayed afar,
As baby’s sire is straying too.
And so the loving Mother moon
Sings to the little Star on high;
And as she sings, her gentle tune
Is borne to me, and thus I croon,
For thee, my Sweet, that lullaby
Of hushaby, hushaby,
That does not hear his Mother’s song;
But angel watchers – as I weep –
Surround his grave the night-tide long.
And as I sing, my Sweet, to you,
Oh, would the lullaby I sing –
The same sweet lullaby he knew,
While slumb’ring on this bosom too –
Were borne to him on Angel’s wing!
So hushaby, hushaby,
– from “A Lullaby” by Eugene Field
Children Face Higher Health Risk From Cell Phones
Take-Home Messages About Safe Use
Wireless devices are now part of everyday life, “but they can be used in a manner that is safe enough,” Morgan says.
Morgan and his colleagues have made some recommendations.
The first is that “distance is your friend.” He says holding a cell phone 15 cm (about 6 inches) from your ear “provides a 10,000-fold reduction in risk.”
Unless a cell phone is turned off, it is always radiating. When not in use, it should not be kept on the body. The best place for a cell phone is somewhere like a purse, bag, or backpack.
Devices should be kept away from a pregnant woman’s abdomen, and a mother should not use a cell phone while nursing, Morgan says. “And baby monitors should not be placed in an infant’s crib.”
Dec. 24 – Jan. 7 Winter Break Holidays
January 8 – May 24 2019
Jan. 8 (Tuesday) Second Semester begins
Jan. 21 (Monday) Rev. Dr. Martin L. King Holiday
Jan. 25 (Friday) Fort Worth Stock Show
Feb. 18 (Monday) President’s Day Holiday
Mar. 8 (Friday) Texas Storytelling Festival in Denton
Mar. 11 -15 Spring Break Holidays
April 19 & 22 (Fri. & Mon.) Good Friday & Easter Holidays
April 30, (Tuesday) Scarborough Renaissance Festival
May 20 Prep. Day for Adventure Trip …………………………………………………….(no school)
May 21 – 24 Adventure Trip
May 24 Last Day of Semester
Dr. & Mrs. Anderson may schedule 2-5 additional days
(to be announced later) for In-service Training.
Visit our website at http://www.andersonschool.net
for updated information.
The School Calendar is subject to change.
There are no make-up days
if school is closed due to
Inclement Weather Policy:
the school will close if Fort Worth I. S. D. is closed.
(Calendar 2018-2019 / approved 7-29-18)
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