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Singing Nurse, Singing Nurse, Where Did You Go?

April 2, 2013 in Creative Adventures, God - Faith - Hope - Love

Happy Spring to you all!

Singing Nurse, Singing Nurse, Where did you go?

Dawn Ginese, May 29, 2011

Singing nurse, singing nurse, where did you go?

I went for a walk, on a country road

So I threw on my sneakers, I had to get it moving

Gail said you go, I’ll go too, so I grabbed my camera, and off I flew

 Singing nurse, singing nurse, what did you see?

I saw an old brown bull, looking at me

His hair was really shaggy, he was quite cute

He really didn’t mind, my photo shoot

Singing nurse, singing nurse, what did you hear?

The birds were a chirping, the lambs were a baaing

The frogs were a croaking, the bees were a buzzing

The cows were a mooing, need I say more

I’d highly recommend it, going outdoors


Singing nurse, singing nurse, what did you feel?

The warmth on my face, blood moving through my veins

I was a bit distracted, by all created things

Cuz winged bugs in flowers, were looking up at me

On my way back, a little turtle seemed stuck

I gave a little nudge, so he wouldn’t be mush

Yes, all in all, my walk was a treat

With all the signs of spring, blooming at my feet


Have a great Spring and Summer, remember to drink fluids, wear sunscreen(not too much sun) and check for ticks!

Ms. Dawn, The Singing Nurse

A few more signs of spring….

…………………………..My church in spring…                                                      Awesome flowers enjoying the bloom…

A view from my deck….zoomed of course…

To hear some songs about critters and being healthy click here.

What do you collect at the Beach?

March 5, 2013 in Children's Health Education, Creative Adventures

I was away this winter catching some sunshine, strolling the beach and collecting my shells and rocks and I met Leah. She was doing her own collecting and I was curious.  She had a huge bucket, and my pockets were getting so full I had to keep pulling up my sagging pants. I was thinking I might need a huge bucket like hers next time I walked the Florida coast.

Finally, our paths crossed and I inquisitively asked what she was collecting. With her contagious smile she stated she was collecting garbage. Wow, impressed, I quizzed her further.  She was visiting her family in Florida and practicing what she preached (my words). She was on break from West Virginia University majoring in Environment Studies.

Leah was collecting our careless littering. So I said let me take a picture so you can add it to your portfolio and she agreed.  I was getting a little annoyed with the sun because it was difficult to maneuver my iphone because of the brightness.  How trite of me, we both shared a laughing aha moment, after all, the beautiful beach and wonderful warm sun were the major reasons we were both there.

 Leah inspired me, so on my next walk I carried a bucket to collect some garbage too. It is amazing when you change your mind set to be aware of your environment.  So now I will look with different eyes to collect shells, rocks and garbage.

This is one of the creatures giving us the reason to remove the harmful effects of plastic bags, fork, spoons, soda bottle lids and cigarette butts etc. 

Remember of course to wash your hands after picking up garbage.

Be Helpful, Be Healthy, Be a Good Steward,

Ms. Dawn

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Stingrays and Handwashing

January 20, 2012 in Children's Health Education, News - Updates

I was recently in Florida for some R & R so we packed up the kid and visited the local Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center. The center had loads of fun for all ages, pre-school to adults. It had great stuff to view, and fun activities to do.

Click hear to learn more about stingrays right from the center. Check out their store.

We especially enjoyed feeding the stingrays. We were given some interesting info about stingrays then told to wash our hands.  Hand washing was very important in order to remove any lotions or sunscreen.

                                                                  Ms. Dawn feeds the Stingray!

The kids and grandma really enjoyed the stingray feeding and you can be sure we washed our hands afterwards as well. Hand washing is important to both animals and people. Proper hand washing keeps us all healthy.

       Hungry Stingray!                                                                    Brave little hands feed the Stingray!

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Ms. Dawn, The Singing Nurse

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Beautiful Cardinal Visits

February 16, 2010 in God - Faith - Hope - Love, News - Updates, Uncategorized

Red Cardinal Coming for a Bite

Red Cardinal Coming for a Bite

Awesome Red Cardinal Close Up

Awesome Red Cardinal Close Up


The most beautiful of birds, the Red Cardinal, what a sight to see today.

I was sitting listening to the Word on the dailyaudiobible website while birds enjoyed eating from our bird feeder. The Red Cardinal especially stuck out because of the white fresh fallen snow. God is so creative and makes such beauty with diversity.

20 And God said, “Let the water teem with living creatures, and let birds fly above the earth across the expanse of the sky.” 21 So God created the great creatures of the sea and every living and moving thing with which the water teems, according to their kinds, and every winged bird according to its kind. And God saw that it was good. 22 God blessed them and said, “Be fruitful and increase in number and fill the water in the seas, and let the birds increase on the earth.” 23 And there was evening, and there was morning—the fifth day.    Genesis 1: 20-23 NIV

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