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The Laila

The Laila

$56.00
SKU: 32009

Floral Collection
Skinny Tie
Sunflower print cotton twill
2 1/8″ at widest point

Handcrafted in Los Angeles



  • Description

    Product Description

    Floral Collection

    Our Floral Collection is composed of distinctively patterned pieces. The prints, as the name suggests, are primarily floral, with a few tropical elements. The fabric selection ranges from cotton to canvas, in bright and understated colors alike.

  • Reviews (5)

    Reviews

    1. out of 5

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      A million thanks for posting this inoinmatofr.

    2. out of 5

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      Congratulations!!!!! I can’t wait to see your cards, just love her images, Great card, those cuoolrs are lovely together. Sorry to hear about your ex MIL. Never enough hours in the day, if only we didn’t have to work,Take careHugs Debs

    3. out of 5

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      Awww!!!!! Katina what a cutie he is, and I love your choice of pareps and colours.Hope you feel better soon sweetie, do your school work and an early night would be good. Sending you Huge Hugs. xxxxxxx Mau

    4. out of 5

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      As stated above her numrbes are out of whack. In fact she proves that the Education Budget now is 9% less. Also, if she was paying attention, this set of negotiations is not about money. What this government has done is criminal regarding Special Needs. But with a recent court decision on the North Shore this could change the whole spectrum of Special Education. What the Liberals have been creating in the last 10 years is a movement towards a user-pay system. This is supported by the increase in Independent School enrolment, and the Fraser Institutes so-called ranking of schools without any consideration for the socio-economic situation of these schools. Inside the schools we have;- fewer librarians- fewer teacher aids or special needs assistants- fewer special ed teachers- too many special needs students in one classroom, without proper support staff or learning assistance- some teachers not trained in Special Education having to deal with special needs students- textbooks that are out of date or unusable- supplies, the bulk of, having to be purchased by parents, and/or teachers- inadequate classroom space as evidenced by the trailers parked on school grounds and called classrooms, hot in spring, cold in the winter- a hodgepodge of policies regarding bullying, discipline, marking, supervision, advancing students to the next level when they are not ready- principles virtually having little input to transfers of teachers, or hiring based on that schools needs- a misguided seniority system for teachersPublic Schools not given the money to improve grounds, equipment, and all of the above and etc. has made the decision easy for parents to send their children to Independent Schools. The way the Lib’s are going there will be wire fences around schools, guards at the doors, plexi-glass inbetween students and teachers in classrooms, which exists in some parts of North America where underfunding exists, and more and more parents putting their children into private schools, if they can afford it, or if the child is gifted enough to get a scholarship to these private schools. It’s called User-Pay.When CC went to University the entrance requirement at S.F.U. was a 2.00. Lucky her, you can’t get in the door now with that. She fixed her student elections to get elected at S.F.U., got caught, tried it again , got caught, and dropped out. Sound familiar?Being an educator in a former life, it is now a realization that a teacher must be a teacher of cirriculum, a counselor, a social worker, a fund raiser, an intermediator, a special needs expert, andstill wear a smile and get your marks in on time. God forbid if you fail anybody.

    5. out of 5

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      Not sure what you mean by questions, but here are some pionts that come to mind:1. By not educating children about sex, we leave them open for disease and pregnancy since they don’t understand the science behind their genitals and changing bodies in general.2. Many parents do not talk to their children about sex and their changing bodies, so children turn to friends, so the information they do get is not necessarily factual. Was this answer helpful?


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