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Monday, August 23, 2010

ABC Wednesday: Fountain





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ABC Wednesday is hosted by Mrs. Denise Nesbitt

Drinking fountain of all ages in my school.

Our school encourages students to be healthy and drink water. Our kids play during morning tea and lunch time, and we hardly have any obese children, though statistically, we are a nation with lots of obese people.

26 comments:

Mildred said...

It's so important to drink lots of water. Good pictures Ann.

Julie said...

I like the concept of water out of fountains too, Ann. This modern habit of water bottles that get tossed out after one use just has to stop. Good choice for the letter F.

Cezar and Léia said...

Very important subject nowadays, I think many kids just forget to drink water.And your Fountains pictures are great!
Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

RuneE said...

As long as they work, and they obviously do.

PS What massage chair?

Rajesh said...

Great shots. Drinking lots of water is absolutely important.

Dorothy said...

Thank you for visiting my blog, Counting My Blessings. Your comment about the smell of the Lantana made me laugh out loud!!
They do not smell good here, either! Blessings!

Carver said...

It is very important to drink plenty of water. I like the variety of fountains you photographed for the theme.

Sylvia K said...

Great reminder, Ann, to drink lots of water! And a great choice for the F Day! I like the variety of fountains, too! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Hey Harriet said...

Hello there. Thanks for visiting my blog. Your question asking if the windmill on my blog was the one you saw from the train from Gold Coast to Brisbane: I don't think it would be the same one. My windmill photo was taken near the city in Brisbane. I don't think it can be seen from the train path :)

rainfield61 said...

Drink more water, sweat more, drink more, sweat more, drink more and sweat more.

We will be healthier.

oldmanlincoln said...

All different looking fountains from what I have seen. Nice to see they are making new looks. I bet the water is cold too.

mrsnesbitt said...

Yes, at the heart of life!

denise
ABC Team

gospelwriter said...

Nice choice, fountains. Where I live we have drinking fountains along some streets too, it's really a great idea.

Carolyn Ford said...

Such colorful fountains would encourage people to drink more water!

Roger Owen Green said...

Water is very important for hydration, digestion, and much more.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great theme for ABC Wednesday, Ann.... Water is so important... I now drink 8-10 glasses of water every single day. It's SO good for me... AND--hopefully, kids will drink alot of water also...

Great pictures of the fountains.
Hugs,
Betsy

Leo said...

very nice photos.. water is important after all :)

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Ginny said...

Those first two fountains are very strange, indeed! they look more like some kind of pumps!

George said...

I'm glad your students are active and drinking lots of water. These are interesting water fountains -- are all at your school?

Manang Kim said...

Those are fountains that we don't use to see. Great shot Ann!
ABC Wednesday

Al said...

Very interesting, the first two fountains are very different from anything around here. I drink lots of water too, I keep a big cup of it on my desk at work.

Tumblewords: said...

Handy fountains are the answer for busy kids!!

Gattina said...

Nice ! makes me think that I need something to drink, lol !

Grace and Bradley said...

Hi Ann, We did buy some fish and shrimp. They are very good and we just finished them today.

"Lillagul" said...

Hi Ann !
Thank´s for your nice comment :)
I believe that our Swallows fly directly to Africa when they move for the winter :)
So it´s not the same that stops at Borneo.
Nice shots on the colourful fountains !
Water is the best too put out thirst with !
Have a nice thursday :)

Jay said...

Those are great fountains! We used to have them at school, too, but a very different shape. Nowadays there are no fountains. I don't know why - I think it's simply to stop the kids making a mess. Ridiculous.