Wednesday afternoon, en route to cover another story, we came upon a car burning on the side of the road in Wilmington, Delaware. TheBlaze arrived on the scene before police and fire departments.
We recorded raw footage, catching the fire destroying the entire front end of the vehicle, exploding tires and air bags as we watched.
Fortunately, the car’s owner was able to exit the vehicle uninjured just as the fire started.
The driver (who wished to be anonymous) told TheBlaze her car started sputtering without warning, “I noticed when I hit the gas, it wouldn’t take the gas…wouldn’t go any faster.”
She noticed the “check engine light” and car’s oil warning light came on. The driver immediately pulled off the road and another driver noticed the flames and shouted to her to get out of the car and get away from it, “It’s on fire and going to blow!” the man reportedly said.
See More : http://www.theblaze.com/blog/2015/12/17/fire-engulfs-car-exploding-tires-and-air-bags/
TRENTON, N.J. (August 29, 2015) — A New Jersey elementary school teacher who was allowed to keep his job despite being late for work 111 times in two years says eating breakfast is the reason for his tardiness.
An arbitrator in New Jersey rejected an attempt by the Roosevelt Elementary School to fire 15-year veteran Arnold Anderson from his $90,000-a-year job, saying he was entitled to progressive discipline.
Anderson remains suspended without pay until Jan. 1.
Speaking to The Associated Press on Friday, Anderson said he was one to two minutes late for work because he lost track of time while eating breakfast.
He says it’s been very painful to not have a paycheck, but he concedes being fired would have been worse.
He says he will be early when he returns to work.
Read more: http://fox59.com/2015/08/29/teacher-who-was-late-111-times-says-he-lost-track-of-time-eating-breakfast/
Renovating a Bedroom into a Bedroom Closet:
I am actually thinking of having a walk-in closet. Have to tear down a
bedroom for this though. Using this as a guide, you may wanna watch the
From Bedroom to Walk-In Closet
Much as they might tell you otherwise, toddlers need on average 11 – 13 hours’ sleep each day. That’s a lot of sleep! And if they have to be up for kindergarten or playgroup in the morning, you need to find a groove with bedtime to ensure they get enough.
If you thought baby bedtime battles were bad, you’re in for a shock. Toddlers are masters of negotiation (‘five more minutes please’) and could write a series of bestselling books on how to delay bedtime.
From requesting another drink to begging for another story, your toddler has got all the skills necessary to set bedtime back by at least an hour each night.
After a long day at work, whether that’s in a busy office or at home with your kids, you can be forgiven for shedding a few tears as you feel your evening slowly but surely disappear. It’s not a nice feeling to be clock-watching under a restless toddler when you should be collapsed on the sofa downstairs.
– See more at: http://www.bellybelly.com.au/toddler/toddler-bedtime-battles/