[S10E7] The One With The Home Study
In this case, they were willing to totally retrofit the interior in order make a home they could love on this gorgeous site. We explored several options for adding on, WHILE also refocusing the whole layout to connect with and feature back-yard views.
[S10E7] The One With The Home Study
BUSY DR. LEWIS MAKES PLANS FOR DINNER WITH PATIENT -- BUT THE WORLD INTERFERES; EMMY WINNER BOB NEWHART GUEST-STARS: A busy Dr. Lewis (Sherry Stringfield) plans a home-cooked dinner with the elderly Hollander (Emmy Award-winning guest star Bob Newhart, "The Bob Newhart Show") her depressed patient who is going blind, treats a stressed-out housewife (guest star Betsy Brandt), arranges for an IRS audit and then hides the detached arm of the nasty Dr. Romano (Paul McCrane).
One of the more heartwarming scenes this season occurs when Josh and his dad hit the home gym. Josh at first struggled with the news that he and Heather would be welcoming a baby girl, not a boy, into the world. What about sports? What about being coach of the football and baseball teams? Well, lucky for Josh, girls play sports, too! His father then bestows upon him a piece of wisdom that initiates all the feels.
I would like to see how Severide is coping with things beyond an arson investigation, too. Not only is his best friend gone now, but his fiancé has been traveling for weeks, leaving him with a quiet home for the time being.
"Open Your Eyes" is whispered as Siddiq has another gruesome flashback. He awakens in a chair, then tends to a critically ill Cheryl (Rebecca Koon). He visits Rosita (Christian Serratos) next, before stopping to refill a jug of water. He pours water at the clinic, now overrun with sick Alexandrians. He sees Alpha (Samantha Morton) for a flicker at the window. In his study that night, he struggles to understand the sickness. Arms tear out of the chair and grab him screaming.
JAD: And this is where our story really begins. So Jon goes home with his new exo-stomach. He can't eat, but every day around mealtime, he says, he would turn on the food pump. And this is actually what it sounds like.
At home, Clare is sitting down at what appears to be the dining room and is thinking of ideas and stories on her laptop. Her mom comes by and asks if she likes her dress to which she replies, "You look pretty." When her dad comes in, her mom asks the same question and he replies without any interest which leads to them fighting. Clare stops it by saying they are fighting again. Her mom is astounded and only replies with "We're not fighting, we're disagreeing. Don't worry, sweetie."
The next day, Eli is seen evaluating Clare's work. Clare finally agrees with Ms. Dawes that she does have a writer's block. Eli simply replies for her to not hand it in. "And tell her what? That the dog ate my homework?" Clare sarcastically remarks and Eli replies that she could just take off. Clare asks if he meant skipping and he says, "If you want to get official." Clare thinks about the pros and cons of skipping. The bell then rings and as Eli says, "Decision time!" Clare packs up her food and Eli just sits there looking at her questioningly. Clare walks off, but at the doorway, she turns around. Eli gives her a confused look. Clare simply says, "Well? Are you coming?" Eli takes his stuff quickly and runs off with her. As they go out the door, they look around to see if anyone is watching. They run out the door laughing and smiling.
Whilst it is easy being cynical at his statements, Snoop drives the message hard throughout each episode that this project is not about him. You could argue that he is right. With each episode you slowly but surely see him become less of the centre of attention. Each kid becomes a case study, with each one laying down crucial life issues that need to be overcome.
After yet another long Sunday morning at church, Homer takes the family to a local store for Sunday brunch, by eating the free samples. After getting stuffed into a freezer, by Homer who wants some ice cream, Lisa comes down with a bad cold and is forced to stay home from school. At first Lisa tries to prevent it, Marge tells Lisa she is staying home. Lisa tries to make a deal with her mother but Marge tells her she doesn't have anything she wants. In order to keep her mind off school, Marge encourages Lisa to play one of Bart's video games. Lisa becomes addicted to playing the game "Dash Dingo". She claims to still be sick for a few more days to play video games, until Marge stops believing her and sends her to school.
Thank you very much for taking the time to present to us here at Sterling Hall on Tuesday. I have had numerous teachers, parents, and administrators say what an incredible session it was. All of our brains are brimming with programming and activities we can implement both at home and at school to help our students and children realize their character strengths and use them to help build their resiliency. So, thank you again.
I especially loved the home happiness boosters turned my A-ha Moments into easy action steps with big impact. Flourishing 101 made a positive impact on my life and has given me powerful resources that I will continue to use daily.
Natalie's podcast, book, website and advocacy work flows out of her personal passion for strong support of those living with the effects of in utero exposure to alcohol. We talk about her family's journey, her work to increase awareness and supports in the US, and what she's learned about parenting a child (now 20 years old!) with FASD who recently ventured out of the family home to live in an "interdependent" arrangement with close friends. You'll hear about FASD Hope, and the possibilities that come with parenting someone with FASD.
Who better than an official Coach to tell us all about the inner workings and development of our Executive Functioning! Fleur is both an EF Coach and a Registered Clinical Counsellor who works with children, youth and adults who have ADHD, Anxiety and Depression. She'll be standing in the trenches with us today, helping us make sense of why our kids can't seem to get organized, regulate their emotions or effectively study for that test coming up.
If you have a child who struggles with anxiety, they don't just struggle with it at home. Let's talk about how you can partner with your child's teachers to offer consistent care and support so anxiety is managed better in the classroom and on the playground. Because after all, half your kid's waking hours are spent there and we want school to feel safe for our kids. 041b061a72