Archive for July, 2010
Summer time means extra precautions for the kids, As schools are out for breaks and the weather hits the triple digits, you will find there are many things you will need to do to ensure your kids are safe all summer long!
Be sure to install and activate an adt security system inside of your home. This will keep everyone safe at all times. Be sure to talk to your children the importance of not answering the door, or giving personal information out over the telephone.
Children love to spend the hot days outdoors, and there are all sorts of summer activities in which they can participate. Allow your child to participate in these items, however, minimize the time he will be in direct sunlight. Be sure to apply a sunscreen with a SPF of 15 or higher before going out, as well as again every 3 to 4 hours. Make sure he has plenty of water to prevent dehydration.
Never allow your child to be in a pool unsupervised, no matter how good she can swim. Make sure there is a lifeguard present at all times. Also, monitor the water your child is playing in so she doesn’t get in water that is too deep.
Content by Faustino Fuentes
We went to the beach last Friday instead of water park, aside from it’s closer to the house, it’s FREE!!
We didn’t want to spend almost a hundred dollars at the water park and get out early since it was over 100 deg F. The kids enjoyed it though.
AJ was trying to pose with her bucket.
Ilog yata to, not beach..
Have a great day!!!
Three years ago, my parents in-law owned a motor home and they drive it when they want to go camping and such. It was August of 2007 when we went camping with them using their motor home. It was pretty nice with 2 twin beds in the back, it has it’s own bathroom and kitchen. We only stayed with them for 1 night, but they stayed in that camping site for over a week. I told my hubby that I want to have one of those when we get older, or even now that during summertime we want to go places with the kids. He said that if we can afford it we will get one, and good thing also motor home repairs is affordable. We don’t have to worry about it being broken and spend a ton of money comes out of our pocket. For the meantime, we will pay off our cars and maybe we can afford it.
One of the latest prescription medications on the market today is Priligy, a drug used to treat premature ejaculation for men between the ages of 18 and 64. As of July 2010, the drug is awaiting approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, but it’s available for public distribution in some European countries. Here are four reasons why you should buy Priligy when it comes to the United States’ market.
Priligy is Unique
Currently, Priligy is the only medication of its kind for the treatment of premature ejaculation. Originally created to treat depression, extensive testing in more than six thousand males indicated its ability to treat what many men consider to be an embarrassing male problem.
Premature ejaculation can be a big problem for some men. In fact, it may cause them to have low self esteem and avoid romantic relationships with women. When you buy Priligy with a prescription, however, you can forget about those times when you had to call the night off early because of premature ejaculation. Enjoy the benefits of staying aroused longer and having a normal ejaculation when you take Priligy as directed.
If you’re married and you’re trying to have a normal sex life, premature ejaculation can cause stress. That stress can manifest itself by signs of irritability, frustration, or anger. This can cause problems between spouses and create more problems than necessary. Priligy can help regulate the man’s ejaculation so marital sex is no longer a stressful problem for either spouse.
When you take Priligy between one and three hours before intercourse, it can be an effective method for controlling your ejaculation more effectively. This is not a daily medication or one that you can only take a few minutes before intercourse.
Once Priligy arrives in the US, many men can enjoy the benefits it has to offer.
This is my pick for this week’s theme. Road Trip.
Assy Charlie Babbitt (Tom Cruise) discovers that the autistic brother he never knew, Raymond (Dustin Hoffman), inherited his father’s fortune, so he kidnaps Ray and they set off on a road trip (Ray won’t fly) like no other. from Kmart underwear, to the People’s Court, those friggin spilled toothpicks (hey, it’s Bonnie Hunt as the waitress!) and a side trip to count cards in Vegas, Charlie learns more about his special brother and a load about himself, realizing the estate money really isn’t that important after all.
My entry for TCP:
Have a great day to all!
I tried to teach my kids the importance of charity and kindness to others. Now I’m trying to do the same with my grandkids. That’s why every fourth Saturday we go and volunteer with a local food delivery program for the needy.
We help both kids and shut-ins in the area. For the kids we’ll make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a couple of nutritional sides and deliver them to kids and their families. I think this is so important because a lot of children in our area are on free or reduced lunch at school and probably don’t get nutritional meals at home on the weekends.
Our family normally gets delivery duty for these bagged lunches. Last weekend when we were out delivering them, my grandson came to the door of a house that we deliver to often with recipients who are pretty friendly. The mom answered the door as usual and I was having trouble hearing her speak so my grandson talked to her. I didn’t want that to happen again and want to continue setting a good example for my grandson so I looked up hearing locations in PA and settled on going through miracle ear to meet my needs.
I hope that this new addition will let me continue to help other people for a long, long time.
Guest post written by Alex Camen
As what I always hear from my dad when he was still alive. He said that if we are healthy, we are better that those rich people with medical problems. When I was little, I always dream of being rich, I guess because we were lack of material things that I always day dreamed. But, now that I am older, I realized that my dad was right, what would you do with lots of money if it cannot help you make better when you get really sick.
My aunt who lives in Oregon always sends me very informative stuff when it comes to medical issues. She would send me information about cancer, home remedy items, or even herbal medicine lists. She is very aware about almost everything. Sometimes, I think that she’s a walking dictionary. When it comes to wellness, she will send me all the information that she knows through email. I asked her about my thinning hair and she gave me a site for virgin coconut oil, so I asked her what about Oregano Oil, if she has information about it (just some kind of test on her knowledge) and as what I had expected, she knows what it’s for.
I also do my own research when I feel something weird . When it comes to vitamin D deficiency, Bio D-Mulsion is what I have found online. I don’t have any problem with vitamin deficiency, according to my latest blood test. Sometimes, when searching online, I find a lot of amazing things that I have never heard of some are scary, some are good. Being healthy is still the best.
Isn’t it health is wealth? Come to think of it..
I don’t know what’s going on, but I hadn’t been feeling so bloggish lately. I guess, I was just forced to compose some personal posts as fillers for my paid posts. I just don’t feel like I have anything happy to share. I had been playing Farmville though. I believe that there are times in our lives that we just cannot think of any happy thoughts and we don’t want to write about things that will make us depress, because depression is contagious. I always like writing about me, my family if it’s something joyful. Last week, I felt like it came and went by me so fast and I didn’t feel thrilled about it. And until now, I just don’t have the enthusiasm to write anything fun. Aside from my sinus allergy/infection has been making me miserable (ears stuffed, cheekbones feel like swollen, pressure on my forehead, blurred vision..) our electric bill made me more miserable too, wahhhh! A month usage of electric and Gas, $475 stinking dollars. How in the heck did we consume that amount of electric and gas? Grrrr! This ruined my whole week..and since payu2 is not being generous last week and this week, I guess, I will be blue all through August. I was wondering what can cheer me up…a big bowl of ice cream didn’t work yesterday (made me sick to my stomach instead!)
Have a great day to all!!!
When I was living in Chicago, I had a hard time finding someone’s address because most of their house numbers were nailed to the sidings of their house in the front. Before I can even find the right house, I already passed it.
When I moved here in the South, it was easy for me to drive around and find an address since most of their house numbers are painted to their mail boxes. Sometimes, in a rich area they would have an address plaque attach to the bricked wall next to the gate, or it could be hanging close to the road, so that the mail man or whoever comes over to their house can find the address so easily. If it’s some kind of commercial place, they would have an address signs with holder and posts.
There is a place where you can get a personalized address plaques and you can pick your own design. They also make house address plaques depend on the client’s choice. You would browse from their designs and you decide which one you want to order. It’s very convenient since you can order online. For those who want to have a personalized address signs, this is the best place to get it. Try it now and see what I mean.
Cruises are the perfect way to see more than one destination all the while enjoying the travel aspect of vacationing. Whether you are a seasoned sea-goer or new to the experience of setting sail aboard a massive cruise ship, the options are endless when it comes to customizing your holiday to your interests, budget, and agenda. But if you are concerned about how your wallet will handle jet-setting by water to the exotic places of your choice, do not drown in anxiety.
Cheap cruises are easy to find if you remain flexible to the onboard amenities, the date on which you will embark, places you will visit, and a number of other considerations important to making your next cruise trip a reality. When it comes to planning any trip, local or elsewhere, the possibilities are endless but we often feel restricted by the expenses involved. While these are reasonable concerns, cruises set sail almost daily world-wide and your ability to adjust to timetables offering lower rates increases your chances of finding a cruise deal that fits your budget.
Peak seasons, customarily considered summer months and those around holidays, are always more expensive for which to book. But It’s not only your flexible availability that is critical to finding inexpensive deals but your openness to the places you will visit. Some cruise deals offer a few stops at locales that are close together and for which less mileage is required and therefore prices are far less than those that cover more ground.
Additionally, investigating your options in advance will ensure you find the best deals. Be sure to make those calls, do your online research, and find the inexpensive cruise deal that works for you. Soon enough you will be sailing along, wind in your hair, enjoying the sun-saturated days that only a vacation aboard a ship can offer.