I thought it was funny when I read my Babe Dako's email and give me this LINK. He said; must be a pinay thing huh... I have to admit that I am shoeholics and bagaholics. I love to shop and cannot get enough of my tons of shoes and bags. You must see the link if you are a handbag lovers addicted.
Time to lose those pounds so we can all look good in our bathing suites for the summer. I found a great site with many phenphedrine reviews. They have some great products which will give me that edge to look sexy all summer. Even if I eat too much I can still lose weight. Even though I eat right and exercise I am always looking for that extra help to keep my trim figure.
You know, being really busy with work, I haven't spend much time in the computer anymore. I miss a lot of stuff that I usually do before. It's really hard to manage my time between work and doing house chores. Working full time is not easy! Sometimes I work 10 hours a day as it is required to do so. Even though I have no kid, still find it hard though, how much more when I have a kid to attend with? Speaking of kid, I'm not so sure when were gonna have one-:). Seems I enjoyed my life working everyday.
I keep thinking I want to get a new large flat screen High Definition TV for our living room. I found a website with some great tv deals. I think for sure we could afford one with those great prices. I was thinking we might have to settle for a small one but really what we need is a large one so that we can watch football next fall with all of our friends over to watch with us.
My former boss forwarded the article below. It is nice to know there are some foundation who were very successful and I am very impressed with the amount who had funded with this foundation. In work, I QC lots of organizations which I believed they're making good money to support the needy of course with the help of those people who have been contributing huge sum of money to help their own organization grow.
"The Wings Like Eagles Foundation Continues to Soar
The Wings Like Eagles Foundation Continues to Soar
Employee-Funded Foundation awards more than $440,000 in first three years
TUCSON (AZ) –The Wings Like Eagles Foundation and it’s Board of Directors, in just its third year of existence, have granted more than $340,000 in funding to 24 community organizations that engage in the enhancement of child welfare, education, the arts, the spirit, the advancement of liberty, and community goodwill. The Wings Like Eagles Foundation was created in 2003 in memory of the late William M. Clements, founder of Golden Eagle Distributors, Inc and has provided benefits to thousands of Arizonan’s statewide. The Board meets once a year to review applications and awards grants ranging from $4,000 to $30,000.
Due to the overwhelming response from community organizations, additional employee committees were established at each branch location in 2004 to review employee-sponsored funding requests. The employee committee meets monthly throughout the year and award grants ranging from $1,000 to $4,000. Over the last two years the employee committee has awarded over $100,000 to 34 non-profit organizations.
In addition to the monetary contributions of the foundation, Golden Eagle employees have also been active participants in many local volunteer programs. Over the last 12 months Golden Eagle employees have assisted with the Salvation Army Bell Ringer, served food in the Ronald McDonald House Chef-for-a-Day program, supported the Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona St. Nicholas Packing Party, and participated in the opening of the Milagro Playground Project.
"The tremendous success of this foundation is a testament to the outstanding and ongoing generosity of our participants, namely our employee partners,” remarked Foundation President Christopher W. Clements. "This Christmas season, we are continually reminded of our good fortune in our ability and willingness to give back to the communities we serve."
The Foundation serves the communities of its founding corporation, Golden Eagle Distributors, Inc. – which include but are not limited to, Tucson, Casa Grande, Buckeye, Flagstaff, Holbrook and Globe and is principally funded through direct contributions of its directors and employees.
Organizations interested in obtaining funding from the Foundation are encouraged to contact the Foundation office at 520-882-1594. Applications for 2006 grant awards will be accepted January 2 – February 28, 2006. Awards will be announced during the more..
My Babe Dako's son loves to play video games. He can play for hours and hours. Sometimes I think it is too much but really I never say anything because at least he is happy while he is playing. He usually plays on either his DS or an old PS2. The husband is thinking of upgrading him to a PS3 which I know he would absolutely love to have. They have such great prices I am sure we can afford it and even get a whole bunch of games to go with it.
I think we need to make sure we fill up our fridge with these foods for snacking. Foods that burn calories more calories than they contain. My Babe Dako sent me this link, I believe eating veges is good for our health. Click this Link to learn what food were gonna put in our fridge-:)
My friend has her own Asian Food Store which I love to go and shop almost every day. It is a kind of small store but I can find all my favorite filipino foods there. I keep thinking they need to get a barcode scanner. If they looked at this website they could put one in their store and it would be just like shopping at the Super Market. They have such good prices I am sure they can afford one.
Your sun shall no longer go down . . . for the Lord will be your everlasting light, and the days of your mourning shall be ended
. — Isaiah 60:20
In 1862, during the US Civil War, General Daniel Butterfield wanted a new melody for “lights out.” And so, without any musical training, he composed one in his head.
Years later, the general wrote, “I called in someone who could write music, and practiced a change in the call of ‘Taps’ until I had it suit my ear, and then . . . got it to my taste without being able to write music or knowing the technical name of any note, but, simply by ear, arranged it.” General Butterfield gave the music to the brigade bugler, and the rest is history.
While there are no official lyrics to the hauntingly familiar strains of “Taps,” here is a commonly accepted version of one verse:
Day is done, gone the sun,
From the hills, from the lake, from the sky;
All is well, safely rest, God is nigh.
What a comforting lyric as faithful members of the military are laid to rest! And what hope in the acknowledgment that God is near, even — especially — in death!
At a time when death and evil reigned, the prophet Isaiah anticipated a day when death itself would die. “Your sun shall no longer go down,” he wrote to Israel, for the Lord will be Your everlasting light” (60:20).
For those who follow Jesus, the strains of “Taps” are not a funeral dirge but a song of hope. “The days of your mourning shall be ended” (v. 20). All is well. God is nigh. — Tim Gustafson
Now that my in-laws are starting to get a bit older they are starting to think about the retirement years. They want to make sure that things are taken care of and not have to worry about Medicare and will it be enough. So they have started to shop for Medicare supplement insurance. It will give them peace of mind into the twilight of their lives knowing they have an excellent supplemental insurance and got a great rate for it.
The food you eat is not just calories that give you energy and fuel your body…
It is information, cellular fuel, immune support, free-radical defense, detoxification, hormonal balance, and glowing, supple skin… all wrapped up in a delicious, disease-fighting package.
That is, if you’re eating the right foods.
What if I told you that you can prevent Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, heart attacks, strokes, breast cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, weight gain, premature aging, cataracts and macular degeneration, infertility and IBS… all in one meal?
Seem too good to be true? Well, it’s not…
While most chronic diseases may look very different on the surface, they are really just physical variations of the same underlying causes. When you eliminate the causes, disease doesn't stand a chance.
I’ll get to that in a moment. But before I go on…
Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself…
My name is Kelley Herring. I am the founder and CEO of a company called Healing Gourmet. You might also know me as a contributing editor to Total Health Breakthroughs and Early To Rise.
I am also the Editor in Chief of a four-book series published by McGraw Hill on the power of foods and nutrients to promote health and protect against disease.
Over the years, I have become widely recognized as an expert on health and nutrition and what it takes to live a long, active and age-defying life.
But I didn't start out to become a natural health expert. I was going to be a doctor. But faced with my own personal health emergency my faith in “modern” medicine was shaken. Learn more
I know I have talked about life insurance in the past but I cannot say enough about how important it is to make sure you have life insurance to cover your family in case the worst should happen to you. You can find some really great term life insurance quotes online. You can make sure your family is covered and still not lose your shirt over the payments. It would be nice to make sure your kids have money for college or your spouse can pay off the rest of the house if you are not around. Get some coverage today!
Minimizing Your Risk to Swine FluThese Link and This can provide you with more information on the new flu strain, including symptoms and precautions. In general, take a common-sense approach to flu avoidance:
Follow simple hygiene rules:
* Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it.
* Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. Use of alcohol-based hand-cleansers also can be an effective preventive measure.
* Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs spread that way.Avoid close contact with sick people:
* Influenza is thought to spread mainly person-to-person through coughing or sneezing of infected people
I have always wanted to learn how to play the piano. But I am not sure where to start. So, I found a great website that has online lessons. They have a great selection of piano sheet music which will guide the beginner in picking up the basic skills to learn how to play. I am excited to try it out myself to see if I can finally learn to play the piano. My husband Babe Dako even found a keyboard online and he ordered it for me so I can practice right at home.
As her man lies unconscious on the canvas just yards away, the worry and distress of Ricky Hatton's fiancée Jennifer Dooley is all too plain to see.
Seconds earlier, the former college lecturer let out an ear-piercing scream as the Mancunian boxer was floored for the third and final time by Filipino Manny Pacquiao.
Wearing a close-fitting red dress, Miss Dooley gripped the back of the seat in front of her for support before turning to Hatton's brother's girlfriend, Jenna Coyne, with her hand over her mouth in horror as Hatton, nicknamed The Hitman, remained flat on his back on the canvas for three worrying minutes. Source....
Are you ready for a good colon cleansing? I know there are many people out there looking to get healthy and maybe even get rid of some unwanted bloat and weight. A good cleansing really goes a long way to getting your body back to health. I found this great website that will help you figure out what you need and what benefits it will have for your entire system.
Petite, stubborn, temper, long hair, self determined, open minded and goal oriented Filipina originally from Polomolok South Cotabato Philippines currently living in the US.
Married to my soul mate, mentor, best friend, wise, handsome, and tall American guy from Maryland USA. Former OFW in Singapore, currently working full time at Massey Hyundai