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Monday, September 22nd, 2008
1:15 pm
Wednesday, October 31st, 2007
10:14 pm
Have had 3 more interviews... and I need to not stress. It is Hallows and I am going to take some time to just be. I got a pass to the womens spa and I am going to use it.

Hot water for a month...


the advice to take some time is so right... I just need to chill.

have a great night
Tuesday, October 30th, 2007
10:48 pm
It has been a day.... more tears and yelling. none mine. I had 3 interivews today. the question is what makes sense for my next step.

1. I hate the idea of whitlock consulting services. or something similar
2. M came up with idea of minerva consulting or something with wisdom and celtic. all suggestons looked and considered.

3. as E is not paying my way to open world. I am changing my company and cards. so need imput soon....

have my own domain now... thanks K for that.

thanks for all your prayers...

and I will remember the 5th of November.... as well as all have a blessed Hallows...
Monday, October 29th, 2007
7:41 pm
Today is the Day.... Exxxxx folded. well shut the doors. Same thing. Boss is going to war ? being called up again.... fighting between partners about the last time he went into battle and totally different views.. so off to find a new job...

having faith it will all work out.
Friday, October 12th, 2007
1:25 pm

My sphere is Guardian (Person of great Love and Altruism), and my class is Arms Master (Pragmatic and Stout).

I am a Guard.

You are a true, versatile guard. You have a defensive nature, that is, you are good at instilling a sense of security in the places around you. A strong presence weakens any possible threats around you, and a swift, practical approach to the problems that crop up puts them down before they can get out of hand.

What kind of Warrior are you?




thanks Korwyn
Friday, September 14th, 2007
11:24 am
Jobs.. lol
Human Resources Specialist

2.
Management Consultant

3.
Industrial-Organizational Psychologist

4.
Auditor

5.
Health Care Administrator

6.
Association Manager

7.
Money Manager

8.
Foreign Service Officer

9.
Economic Development Officer

10.
Humanitarian Aid Worker

11.
Logistics Specialist

12.
Research Analyst (Financial)

13.
Botanist

14.
Genetic Counselor

15.
Certified Public Accountant

16.
Biologist

17.
Sport Psychology Consultant

18.
ESL Teacher

19.
Foreign Language Instructor

20.
Economist

21.
Veterinary Technician

22.
Rehabilitation Counselor

23.
Taxidermist

24.
Marine Biologist

25.
Customs Broker

26.
Purchaser

27.
Venture Capitalist

28.
Zoologist

29.
Mediator

30.
Occupational Therapist

31.
Computer Programmer

32.
Computer Trainer

33.
Office Manager

34.
Probation / Parole Officer

35.
Property Manager

36.
Operations Research Analyst

37.
Professor

38.
Multimedia Developer

39.
Personal Financial Planner

40.
Biological Tech
Tuesday, July 10th, 2007
5:29 pm
Why ?
h2>I'm a Porsche 911!</h2>



You have a classic style, but you're up-to-date with the latest technology. You're ambitious, competitive, and you love to win. Performance, precision, and prestige - you're one of the elite,and you know it.


Take the Which Sports Car Are You? quiz.

Tuesday, June 26th, 2007
9:04 pm
Photo Essay Contest could use your help
M entered a photo essay and I need your help -- Please follow the below link and vote for my entry. The winner will be the one which receives the highest score by August 24th.

http://makeshifters.com/#/view_the_entries/photo_album/10

The link has not always functioned. So, in case you need to recognize it, I've attached a copy of the photo. Also , the site clips the text portion of the entry; so, here is the full text for you amusement:

As the host of the Northwest Science Fiction Society's Mad Scientist Social, I find it is important to keep my guests entertained because, when their attention wanders, they are known to tinker with the experiments. As you can see, the results are not always expected. So, I ask that all civic minded individuals aid me in upgrading my home system -- for the safety of all the innocent bystanders.

Feel free to pass this on to anyone you think would be willing to vote for my entry.

Thanks

p.s. Thanks to Marvin for allowing the use of his image and Carla for her skill



Current Mood: amused
Sunday, June 24th, 2007
9:33 pm
days...
rain, fog, lightening ,, what weather we had today. Worked with D for presentation on thurday, had to remember to breathe. This is not hard. relax.

I guess I am just to the point of saying what is the important thing here?
playing with 5 year old N and 9 year old S are the big ones.
Friday, June 22nd, 2007
9:19 pm
two days in a row....

job interview today... we will see... I will not work for the government

busy weekend.

wedding

charity event for Serenity

massage for friend moving on sunday

prep with D for thursday speaking engagement

and then 3PM the phones go off for me to have quiet time.

I am so bad without quiet time.

I hate crowds... I gave tickets away for the Police .. floor seats. I just did not want that many people around.

Garden Update.

the transplanted trees are doing well. I may loose one but the rest are looking great. The herbs are doing great in the green house. Never thought I liked to garden.. but it has been really calming and joyous.

Have got to get back to workout program. Thinking HOT Yoga might let me thaw out.

Current Mood: bouncy
Thursday, June 21st, 2007
9:09 pm
Happy Solstice... ok late..
It has been a very busy season. Yesterday I did a wedding walk through for the wedding I am officiating at on saturday.

Life is mostly awesome.

I still hate heat.... and sand sucks...

I often think of you all and wish you good thoughts.

J my friend from Brussels was here, he finally got his degree... and boy I am out of practice. I was squishy from 1 glass of great wine.

M is doing well. would rather I not travel and I have to agree.

I pray all of you are doing well.

Current Mood: grateful
Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007
11:21 am
On the twelfth day of Christmas, vew sent to me...
Twelve cz_units drumming
Eleven tealynxs piping
Ten _ladymerlins a-leaping
Nine louisianadonmcds dancing
Eight resqdog51s a-milking
Seven korwyns a-swimming
Six airlinepilots a-laying
Five le-e-e-earnteachs
Four women warriors
Three heavy weapons
Two martial arts
...and a judo in a pear tree.
Get your own Twelve Days:
Friday, June 16th, 2006
2:58 pm
New Computer
Well having been out of touch for a week without a computer sucks.

I have been accepted to anothers Masters Program. Do I want to go forward.

I am headed to DC at 6:00am Saturday and back to Seattle Wednesday Morning. Then off to LA.

Flow Fit what a great fitness exercise.
Wednesday, May 24th, 2006
2:23 pm
http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/may2006/nf20060523_2210.htm?campaign_id=rss_daily

with thanks to CS...

this is just waiting to be abused.... and my time with the boys in sunglasses are part of this junk
Tuesday, May 23rd, 2006
11:11 am
Had Dinner with CYM last night... his comment who do I get the finders fee from.
Silly
Wednesday, May 17th, 2006
9:46 am
what is going on here ? with thanks to resqdog51
Forever Pregnant
Guidelines: Treat Nearly All Women as Pre-Pregnant




By January W. Payne
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, May 16, 2006; Page HE01

New federal guidelines ask all females capable of conceiving a baby to treat themselves -- and to be treated by the health care system -- as pre-pregnant, regardless of whether they plan to get pregnant anytime soon.

Among other things, this means all women between first menstrual period and menopause should take folic acid supplements, refrain from smoking, maintain a healthy weight and keep chronic conditions such as asthma and diabetes under control.

While most of these recommendations are well known to women who are pregnant or seeking to get pregnant, experts say it's important that women follow this advice throughout their reproductive lives, because about half of pregnancies are unplanned and so much damage can be done to a fetus between conception and the time the pregnancy is confirmed.

The recommendations aim to "increase public awareness of the importance of preconception health" and emphasize the "importance of managing risk factors prior to pregnancy," said Samuel Posner, co-author of the guidelines and associate director for science in the division of reproductive health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which issued the report.

Other groups involved include the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the March of Dimes, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention's Division of Reproductive Health and the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities.

The idea of preconception care has been discussed for nearly 20 years, experts said, but it has drawn more attention recently. Progress toward further reducing the rate of unhealthy pregnancy results, including premature birth, low birthweight and infant mortality, has slowed in the United States since 1996 "in part because of inconsistent delivery and implementation of interventions before pregnancy to detect, treat and help women modify behaviors, health conditions and risk factors that contribute to adverse maternal and infant outcomes," according to the report.

Nearly 28,000 U.S. infants died in 2003, according to the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The infant mortality rate increased in 2002 for the first time in more than 40 years to seven deaths per 1,000 live births, but it did not change significantly in 2003. Birth defects, low birthweight and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) were the leading causes of infant death in 2003, according to NCHS.

The U.S. infant mortality rate is higher than those of most other industrialized nations -- it's three times that of Japan and 2.5 times those of Norway, Finland and Iceland, according to a report released last week by Save the Children, an advocacy group.

Preconception care should be delivered by any doctor a patient sees -- from her primary care physician to her gynecologist. It involves developing a "reproductive health plan" that details if and when children are planned, said Janis Biermann, a report co-author and vice president for education and health promotion at the March of Dimes.

"The recommendations say we need to be opportunistic," or deliver care and counseling when opportunities arise, said Merry-K. Moos, a professor in the University of North Carolina's maternal fetal medicine division who sat on the CDC advisory panel. "Healthier women have healthier pregnancies."

Women should also make sure all vaccinations are up-to-date and avoid contact with lead-based paints and cat feces, Biermann said.

The report recommends that women stop smoking and discuss with their doctor the danger alcohol poses to a developing fetus.

Research shows that "during the first few weeks (before 52 days' gestation) of pregnancy" -- during which a woman may not yet realize she's pregnant -- "exposure to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs; lack of essential vitamins (e.g., folic acid); and workplace hazards can adversely affect fetal development and result in pregnancy complications and poor outcomes for both the mother and the infant," the report states.

The CDC report also discusses disparities in care, noting that approximately 17 million women lack health insurance and are likely to postpone or forgo care. These disparities are more prominent among minority groups and those of lower socioeconomic status, the report states.

The NCHS data also reflect these disparities. Babies born to black mothers, for example, had the highest rate of infant death -- 13.5 per 1,000 live births. Infants born to white women had a death rate of 5.7 per 1,000.

Obstacles to preconception care include getting insurance companies to pay for visits and putting the concept into regular use by doctors and patients. Experts acknowledge that women with no plans to get pregnant in the near future may resist preconception care.

"We know that women -- unless you're actively planning [a pregnancy], . . . she doesn't want to talk about it," Biermann said. So clinicians must find a "way to do this and not scare women," by promoting preconception care as part of standard women's health care, she said.

Some medical facilities have already found a way to weave preconception care in with regular visits. At Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, N.Y., a form that's filled out when checking a patient's height, weight and blood pressure prompts nurses to ask women, "Do you smoke, and do you plan to become pregnant in the next year? And if not, what birth control are you using?"

"It's a simple way of getting primary care providers to think about preconception care," said Peter Bernstein, a maternal fetal medicine specialist who sat on the advisory committee that helped produce the report. "It's simple and [it] costs nothing." ·

Comments: paynej@washpost.com.
Tuesday, May 16th, 2006
4:44 pm
Need to find a stain glass repair place in Seattle. Any Ideas ?
Monday, May 15th, 2006
12:26 pm
Heard a saying that had some interesting implications... have no idea where it came from, but the moment I heard it... it resonated.

Beauty Bound is beauty lost


Something to think about... Anyone know where it came from ?
Friday, May 12th, 2006
3:56 pm
testosterone poisoning
testosterone poisoning... never try and design the back end of the report with someone who only looks at the front end..
Wednesday, May 10th, 2006
2:09 pm
Tea: a time to reflect.....

I am tired, got the SOW in, am meeting with one of the BSH companies.

My garage is in need of cleaning and I got 2 drawers of my bathroom cleaned...
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