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As NEDAwareness week wraps up, I’d like to leave you with one last post. *Note: I do plan to add other posts pertaining to this subject well after this week is over ;)
There is a lot of attention on the current childhood obesity epidemic that seems to not only over shadow another epidemic, but fuel it…Continue
Added by Melinda Ralph-Solebello on February 28, 2013 at 11:00pm — No Comments
My husband and I are always joking back and forth about our “celebrity crushes”. When we are choosing a movie, he will say “And oooooh, it has your boy Zac Efron in it. We are definitely going to have to watch that one, huh?”
My answer? “Well, duh.” I’ve decided that if my husband ever follows through on his threat to make me sit through a Star Trek marathon, then we are having an Efron Marathon too…Hello Charlie St. Cloud!!
(So now, everyone is well aware of my Cougar crush on…Continue
Added by Dana McIntyre on June 16, 2012 at 11:30pm — No Comments
My 18 year old son Matthew is visiting my 93 year old grandmother this week in Mississippi. Last night I called him to see how things were going. He interrupted me mid-sentence and said “I have to call you back. Banma is telling me old stories.” (Yes, we call our grandmother Banma – it’s got to be a Southern thing to call your grandmother by some silly name, which clearly we do.)
Later he called me back and said “That was so awesome. I just heard all kinds of stories about this…Continue
Added by Dana McIntyre on June 13, 2012 at 11:45pm — No Comments
My Uncle Fred had spent his life working on B-52 bombers and various other airplanes during WWII and then worked at Delta Airlines in Atlanta until his retirement in 1970. Many years later, I decided to surprise him with a video showing him how much the airport had changed since he left. I went around Hartsfield International Airport taping tidbits of places that he might recognize.
Days later, I was eager to see his reaction as we watched the video of planes taking off overhead,…Continue
Added by Dana McIntyre on June 13, 2012 at 11:31pm — No Comments
It was rather frightening as I stood at the keyboard playing and squeaking out a few notes the best I could.
I could feel the blockage in my voice. I had low tones. A little gravely, but lower than ever, which scared me a bit.
I had high tones, too. A bit thin and weak, but then - I couldn't expect…Continue
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