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Versatile blogger award

Sunday, September 25, 2011
I received this great award from A Peek into my Potsy World
Thank you so much!

The rules are simple:
Tell 7 things about yourself and pass the award on to 15 deserving bloggers.

My seven things:
1. I have lupus
2. I've been with my husband 25 years.
3. I don't want anymore grandchildren(I know, I'm bad!)
4. I love crime & law shows.
5. I love blogging
6. I have more online friends than "real" friends.
7. I want to be cremated.

Now to pass this award on to 15 deserving blogs.
1.Southern Belle
2. SweNay
3. The Big Green Bowl
4. On The Alberta/Montana Border
5. What the Beep Was I  Thinking
6.(FL)Girl with a New Life
7. WavGirl
8. Write Now
9. Four Leaf Clover Tales
10. A Diva's Garden
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Saturday, September 24, 2011


















For the month of October my blog is going to the breast! Breast cancer awareness that is! October is breast cancer awareness month...

Do your part, get the girls checked....


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National Menopause Awareness Month

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

September is National Menopause Awareness Month.... well let me tell you, I'm well aware!

The hot flashes, the mood swings, the attitude... I get it! Heck, I've got it, but I don't really want it....




Can I give it back?


On a serious note:
National Menopause Awareness Month

The ORWH joins the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) in recognizing September as National Menopause Awareness Month. This month-long event was established by U.S. federal legislators who recognized the need to increase awareness about the importance of having accurate information to enhance women’s health at menopause and beyond. In support of the same goal, October 18 has been designated World Menopause Day by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Menopause represents the end of a woman’s fertility and, on average, occurs at age 51. Although menopause is a natural event, there are potential short-term health effects (eg, hot flashes) and health consequences over the long term (eg, osteoporosis).

For more information on menopause, visit the NAMS Web site at www.menopause.org.