Sunday, December 19, 2010
emailed me and brought up the idea of a family and friends holiday, and its gonna be aEuropean holidays. According to her, she can do a reservation quickly and we just can join her. Oh! my! that would really be a treat, but with what we are doing right now, it's really an impossibility.I am keeping my fingers cross to have it the next year. She told me they will be leaving on December 22, on time for Christmas. Tsk....tsk...tsk... am gonna miss the bonding time with them but I have to wish them the best for the holiday break. I am just looking forward to the postcards and pictures uploaded to my email. Best of luck to my friend and family....and happy holidays to me and my family, we just arrived home from a fifty-five hours land trip from the city to my home. It was the longest journey back home but it feels so good to be home.
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I learned a lot from Marriage Monday blog and today am joining in the challenge!
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1. The latest book or movie that made you cry? The Boy Called "It" and "Letters to Juliet"
2. The fictional character most like you? "Wonder Woman, Lol!"
3. The greatest album, ever? "The Beatles"
4. Star Trek or Star Wars? Why? Both..I love their costumes and hairdos..LOL again..!
5. Your ideal brain food? Chocolate..forever!
6. Everyone is proud of a certain accomplishment, which one for you?? Written and Anthology Book of Music
7. You want to be remembered for ...? The Lady with the loudest Laugh...LOLLing now!
8. Let's talk about recording artists. Who do you find the most inspirational? "Lady Gaga?
9. The creative masterpiece you wish bore your signature? A Very Big..huge..gigantic Wedding Cake!
10. Your hidden talents . . .? Cooking and singing simultaneously...LOL!
11. The best piece of advice you actually followed? " Be the Best You can Be!
12. The best thing you ever bought, stole, or borrowed? A Book.....I would steal again..LOL!
13. What is the most comfortable clothes that you wear? T-shirts and jeans..eh!
14. Your dinner guest at the Ritz would be?.......................Oprah!
15. Time travel: where, when and why? King Arthur's Round Table and I could challenge each knight a duel..LOL!
16. Stress management: hit man, spa vacation or Prozac? Spa Vacay....!
17. Essential to life: coffee, vodka, cigarettes, chocolate, or . . .? "Chocolate" am destined!
18. Environment of choice: city or country, and where on the map? C-O-U-N-T-R-Y! what is see is what i own!
19. What do you want to say to the leader of your country? hmmmm...better luck next time!
20. Last but certainly not least, what are you working on, now? A book on.............! got to finish it yet! and write the title later....LOL!
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Scientists at Liverpool University have established a link between the length of baby boys' fingers and their chances of going on to have a heart attack at an unusually young age.They believe the link could provide doctors with a simple way to to spot potential heart disease victims at a very early age.
The longer your ring finger, the more protected you are against heart attack
Dr John Manning
The genes that are indirectly responsible for the production of testosterone and the female hormone oestrogen also control the development of the fingers.
Divide the length of your index finger by the length of your ring finger to give the ratio
For the average male in Britain, this figure is about 0.97
Below 0.9 an individual is unlikely to have a heart attack early in life. Above 1.00 the risk climbs
"This is a very early trait and it is under the influence of sex hormones.
"For a man, the ring finger tends to be about 2% longer than the index finger. The longer your ring finger, the more protected you are against heart attack, because the more testosterone you have.
"There is a relationship between the ratio between these two finger lengths and the age at heart attack of people who do have heart attacks."
The ratio between the two fingers remains the same throughout life.
Short ring fingers did not necessarily mean that boys would go on to have heart attacks, but should alert their parents to do what they can to lessen the risk.
Dr Manning said: "This is an indicator of risk independent of things like smoking and diet, so you can adjust your diet and stop smoking and so on, if you are in a high-risk group."Dr Manning and Dr Peter Bundred examined 151 male heart attack victims in Merseyside.
They found the age range for heart attacks in men where the index finger was relatively long was 35 to 80 years of age, but in those with relatively long ring fingers it was 58 to 80.Dr Manning has previously uncovered links between finger-length and vulnerability to depression and sporting ability.The research is to be published in the British Journal of Cardiology.