Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Monday, September 22, 2008
Saturday, September 20, 2008
Connect with women who share a passion for women's heart health
Host your own viewing party
It's shocking news for many people: Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in America.
Go Red For Women aims to bring this news out of the shadows and into the open. The first step is to start the conversation. Although heart disease is a serious subject, Conversations from the Heart: A Go Red For Women Discussion Guide gives you fun tips to create an activity that could benefit your heart — and the hearts of those you love, helping each other live longer, stronger lives.
You can get your friends, family members and co-workers to support each other by encouraging them to share their stories. Together, you can watch the first-ever Go Red For Women network television special and get the dialogue started!
One in three women has some form of cardiovascular disease. Sharing your personal health choices, successes and struggles can help other women live longer, stronger, healthier lives. Unique stories like yours are at the heart of the Go Red movement. So please, pass yours on. Connect with women who share a passion for women's heart health. Every time your story is heard, you've helped a heart.
Share your story and read others at GoRedForWomen.org/stories.
Beginning Sept. 20, Go Red For Women will be in living rooms across the country
One woman dies almost every minute from heart disease. Yet studies show that only 21% of women view heart disease as their greatest health threat. That's why the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women is bringing the faces of heart disease into living rooms across the country in a new NBC television special, Untold Stories of the Heart. The show, featuring Marie Osmond and hosted by Hoda Kotb, raises awareness through the personal stories of women living with heart disease.
The special will premiere in a limited number of markets on September 20, and will air across the country in the weeks to follow.
Friday, September 19, 2008
Fall is my favorite time of the year. Here are some of my favorite reasons.
1. Taking walks
2. Wearing a light sweater
3. The smell of the air
5. Pumpkin pie
6. Pumpkin spice latte
7. The beautiful colors of the trees
8. Fall festivals
9. Cooking soups and stews
10. Being grateful at Thanksgiving
11. Home Coming at our church
12. Christmas Crafts
13. The beauty of red
14. Gatherings with family and friends
15. Fires in the fireplace
16. Sitting on my porch
17. Changing out to fall decor
18. Cool nights and warm quilts
19. University of Kentucky Basket Ball -- Go Wildcats
20. God's cycle of life through the seasons
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Make Mine Pink
Country Living 2009 Event
Terry Bradshaw Jay Leno and the chicken
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Monday, September 15, 2008
It's official. I'm moving to Asheville NC on October 7, 2008. I very excited because of all the place I have lived, Asheville is my favorite place. I am moving my business too. The beauty of having a website is that no matter where you live you can still have your business. I also plan to rent space at a shop in Asheville.
So to get everything together I am having a sale. Every thing in my store is on sale. This is not just a few percent off either. I have reduced every price as low as I can go. If I sell it I don't have to pack it, is my motto.
I will also be adding some things in the next few days too. So stay tunned.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
You all know I'm a Huge Terry Bradshaw fan and this clip with him laughing at the chicken story is one of my favorite things to watch when I need a good belly laugh.
Join me and all the ladies on the forum at Make Mine Pink for Show and Tell Monday. http://makeminepink.com/
This will be a table scarf when I finish it. It is a personal gift I am giving my self.
As many of you know my grandmother passed away this week. She was a beautiful woman in life and in death. To read a poem I adapted and see pics of my family please click on this site
Posted by Janet's Beloved at 12:16 PM
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
CDC Funding for Heart Disease Screenings Reach More States The American Heart Association supports increased funding for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Well-Integrated Screening and Evaluation for WOMen Across the Nation (WISEWOMAN) program, which provides funding for states to: screen low-income, uninsured and under-insured women between the ages of 40 and 64 for heart disease and stroke risk provide counseling, education, referrals and follow-up as appropriate
The CDC also announced that the 14 states previously funded through this program will receive continued funding: Alaska, California, Connecticut, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont and West Virginia. Six states have been added: Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Learn more about the WISEWOMAN program
Take Control of your Health Information
We know how much living a life full of health and happiness is important to you. Making sure that everyone gets the best care available is one of the main ways to make that a reality. Owning and maintaining a Personal Health Record (PHR) is the first step to ensuring that your health is in your hands.
A Personal Health Record, or PHR, gives healthcare providers the most complete picture available of your current and past health, allowing them to provide the most effective, personalized and safe treatment possible for you and your family. You hold the pieces to your true picture of health. If you are looking for the tool to start protecting the ones that you love, you've come to the right place.
We'll help you get started. Visit the American Heart Association's PHR Resource Center today!
This picture was taken a year ago of my grandmother, me, my daughter, and my great-granddaughter.
Posted by Janet's Beloved at 1:23 AM
Wednesday, September 03, 2008
Monday, September 01, 2008
We headed for Ft Campbell at 8:30 a.m. and was bussed to where they would get off the plane. Of course we waited and waited for a couple of hours when finally they told us we could go out and watch the it land. It was such a collective sigh to see the airplane finally make touch down. The troops (granddaughter included) got to march right in front of us. We all went back inside where a brief ceremony with them in formation took place. Then we got to hug and greet the them. Afterward we had to wait another couple of hours before we could take them home. I am so glad they are all home safe and sound. My granddaughter is engaged to a real nice fellow soldier Matt. They were deployed together and plan to get married in October.
Posted by Janet's Beloved at 11:54 AM