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6/29/10

Face Off! - WW

It was cold and snow bright outside. It was warmer inside...but do you see the opposites here? 




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6/28/10

Did You Have To Choose A Primary Race For Your Multi-Ethnic Child?

Soon my son who is five years old, will go off to school. I don't even know what I feel about this. I know that it makes me cry. Not because I don't want him to learn and become the smartest and most successful person, just that he'll be going away from me from this point forward. After Kindergarten, it will be Elem, then High.... yes, it does make me cry with missing him already.

Some mothers say I'll get used to it. We'll see.

So I was filling out the school forms and it came to race. What is his race? They didn't really have a place on their forms for my children.

My son is multi-ethnic. There is no mixed race, or multi-ethnic boxes.

The race questions were like this:

Is this student Hispanic/Latino or Spanish origin - yes/no

Race (Please all that apply and circle the race you'd like us to record as primary) - white/black or African American/American Indian or Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander/Asian

My child does not have a primary race. He is multi-ethnic. That's it. Am I supposed to weigh which of us, between my husband and I and see which of our races is primary? Black...white...how about grey?

So we selected both white and black and crossed out the African American, since I was not born here in the United States.

And since I'm new to the system of sending kids off to school, is there a reason they need the child's SSN written on the form?
I try my best to protect our vulnerable information and can't say I see why it's necessary, but I guess that's a question I'll have to ask them when we meet. I'm not mailing mine in , I'll be driving it down to the office. Plus I need to case the place again so I know where to drop off and pick up my son.

So help me here.

What are some things I should know that would be helpful in this process for my son being registered and going off to school for the first time?








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6/25/10

Lovable Labels BlogHer' 10 Getaway Contest


What Does Your Friend Mean To You And Why? - Girls City Getaway

She is the 3am friend I've always wanted to be for someone and to find someone like that to call a friend. It took me 28 years to meet her. 


The first time we spoke on the phone it went on for an hour! Our conversations just flowed and then the second time and finally we met at Thanksgiving and talked until 4am in the morning! She had to leave at 6am the same morning to drive all the way back to California with her family. 

We were visiting our husbands parents in Arizona. She from CA and me from LA. 

Since then we've been inseparable....through the phone line. We talk pretty much every day! Everything flows so well between us, you'd think we were twins. It's amazing. 

We are both in trying relationships and I would love for her to get a break to anywhere and Blogher, New York City sounds like the perfect place! I mean most of my bloggy friends are going to be there too!

She is someone I can talk to about anything at all and not feel judged or she doesn't try to fix it. I can call her at anytime and she is there to listen. I've never been able to trust anyone like that before and it's amazing the joy in my spirit with just having someone like her to interact with. Sometimes I am so upset and can't even breathe, not even sure I want to talk on the phone and sure that if anything else pops up, I'll have a stroke! 
She'll call and we'll talk about regular stuff and just start laughing and the stress just melts away.  

She means a great deal to me and I love her. I'm so glad I got to meet her and I feel that as the years pass, nothing will become a wedge between us.

I used to pray for a friend and thank God for answered prayers. 

My sister-in-law.

My best friend.

Stephanie S.


I am writing this post in a competition to win a trip for me and a friend to Blogher '10 in New York City sponsored by Lovable Labels.



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Farm Rich Snacks And Appetizers - Pizza Slices



  • Authentic pizzeria-style crust
  • Microwaveable
  • Good source of calcium and protein
  • 0 grams trans fat
  • Convenient resealable packaging
  • Premium ingredients - authentic pizzeria-style crust, classic marinara sauce, and natural cheeses
I agree. It certainly lives up to its bite. I got a coupon and picked some up for the kids lunch snacks and it was quick and easy to do and the kids and myself loved the little slices.

I'm not really a microwave girl, so I went the long way of heating the oven to get quite a few done at one time! :) 

You can eat them by themselves or dip them. Do you know how excited kids are about dipping?:)

I had a few different flavors of Cajun salsa to try mine with and it was yum. Some the kids didn't like so much because as they claimed: 'fire was in their mouth'
Of course my dipping did not stop at salsa. I had to try preserves and jam! It was good but taste better with the salsa.
I found mine at Walmart. Pick up a few and check them out. 

I also wanted to try the French Toast Sticks but I couldn't find any in my walmart. 
I will keep looking for them so I can share with my family and see how they compare. 


The French Toast sticks are:
  • Made with whole white wheat bread
  • Fortified with 11 vitamins and minerals
  • Good source of calcium and vitamin D
  • Microwaveable
  • 0 grams trans fat

About Farm Rich® Snacks and Appetizers

Farm Rich® products have been setting the standard for delicious, easy-to-prepare food the whole family loves.
Farm Rich® foods taste like nothing else because they're made like nothing else – with 100% real ingredients like real cheese, high-quality meats and fresh vegetables. Our snacks, appetizers, and breakfast foods are quick-frozen and carefully packaged so busy families can prepare great tasting food within minutes.

Farm Rich® is a Rich's Consumer Brand, which brings to market some of the food industry's leading retail brands including SeaPak® Shrimp Co., Casa Di Bertacchi® and more.

From early morning breakfasts to midnight snacks, we're proud to say Farm Rich® products have become synonymous with high quality and great taste.





Thank you Seapak for this review opportunity.  You can check out the giveaway I did for Seapak here a few weeks back. 



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National PTA Webcast



HONORING THE PAST, INSPIRING THE FUTURE

National PTA Webcast


Forty years ago, the National Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers (NCCPT) and the National Congress of Mothers united to form the National PTA, adapting the same mission they had operated under separately – to improve the education and well being of every child. Today, while many strides have been made there are still obstacles that need to be conquered, both inside and outside of the classroom and across ethnic backgrounds.

That’s why PTA is offering this exclusive webcast from the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis!

The webcast features National PTA President Chuck Saylors and actress, mother and National PTA Advisory Board member Tichina Arnold. They discuss the challenges of educating the 21st century child in the 21st century classroom and what needs to be done to close the achievement gap in education. They also discuss what parents can do to take on a more active and hands on approach to their children’s education.

Joining Chuck Saylors and Tichina Arnold during the webcast are National PTA representatives and Ambassadors; Tomeka Hart, Executive director of Memphis Urban League, University of Memphis student representative; as well as Barbara Andrews, director of Education and Interpretation for National Civil Rights Museum.

As our nation’s K-12 public education system faces critical issues; widespread funding shortages, a childhood obesity epidemic, disproportionate academic standards across the country and our students lagging behind compared to children in other countries in math and science, it’s important for parents to be informed and get involved.


Have a question? Please email...





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6/24/10

Laundry Room Talk - Aloha Friday



My Question:
Do you prefer liquid fabric softener or dryer sheets?
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I prefer liquid fabric softener. I feel it get into the clothes more.
Kailani says "In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought that on Fridays I would take it easy on posting, too. Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response."
If you’d like to participate, just post your own question on your blog and leave your link on Kailani's blog. Don’t forget to visit the other participants! It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends!
I am also joining in with Friday Follow. So if you happen to visit and follow me, I will definitely be returning the love. 
friday-follow



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Pink Power Moms Need Your Support

Become a Facebook Fan and Be a Giver
 
Each year, Bright Starts™ honors and rewards eight women for their inspirational fight against breast cancer.  Not only have these women persevered through their battles, they have become inspirational leaders and role models for their families and communities. Whether they have started their own breast cancer foundation or have taken on an active role in existing charity organizations, they have made it their goal to make a difference in the world. You can read about these women at http://www.pinkpowermom.com

The 8 winning Pink Power Moms will be rewarded with the following:
  • A $5,000 Donation to the breast cancer charity of her choice
  • A weekend of pampering with all 8 of the
    Pink Power Mom winners
  • A chance to be selected as the Bright Starts™
    Pink Power Super Mom and to receive additional charity donations plus appear in a Bright Starts™ print advertising campaign

Bright Starts™ wants to help these women and support their cause. We invite you to Become a Fan of Bright Starts™ on Facebook and Be a Giver. Through the month of June, Bright Starts™ will donate $1 for every new fan that joins us during the campaign to benefit Pink Power Mom charities. These moms will appreciate your help and support.







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6/23/10

Let's Help To Reunite Mothers with Their Children



Twenty three years could not come between me and my mother.  She lost me as a baby (long story) and found me 23 years later. It is an amazing story because she found me three months before I was about to leave my country permanently to become a citizen of the United States of America. 
I still can't believe how amazing God is in all this sometimes. Just knowing my mother has healed an open wound in my heart. I know it has helped me in my life as a mother just to know her. We have since then built a bond and do have a good relationship. 

Sadly she is far away in another country and I can't get to do the little things with her. I don't get to share my children with her. It hurts my heart to know my children are missing out on her love, on her life. 

We do visit, but it is hard to do this because of not having the money to travel. All I can do is keep up contact by email, online and the phone when we can afford to.

I have dreams of her living down the street from me.  I can dream. Life is always unpredictable.  

I haven't entered my story because my mother live in a different country and I'm not sure I'd qualify for this venture.

And so this is why I wanted to share this with you.


Procter & Gamble, continues to celebrate moms everywhere with "Thank You Mom Reunions", a nationwide contest to reunite Moms and their children for milestone family moments like graduations and birthdays which they otherwise might have missed.  

Each month through November, P&G is providing the opportunity for 15 lucky Moms to travel home to share a memory with family 

Thank You Mom Reunions” will bring together 105 moms with their children, who are unable to do so on their own.  (15 per month for a 10 month campaign.) 

Since Mother's Day, participants have been submitting their stories online to be considered for a reunion with their Mom or Mother figure for the June contest.  Thirty finalists have been selected and voting begins NOW! where consumers will choose the 15 winners.

Winners will receive a $1000 travel voucher and portable digital video camera to capture their reunion and are encouraged to share the video on ThankYouMom.com
  
Deposit some tokens in the good karma piggy bank and vote for the person you think deserves to be reunited with their Mom for a special milestone event.  Click here to cast your vote.  You can only vote once a day, so keep going back to vote for your favorite.  Voting ends for this period 11:59:59 ET June 30, 2010.

Thank You Mom Reunion Contest Home Page http://bit.ly/PGtymO2O
Thank You Mom Reunion Voting Page: http://bit.ly/O2OTYMRvoting
 
Specific contest rules and regulations can be found online at www.thankyoumom.com.




One2One Network is a member of the Word of Mouth Marketing Association and fully support FTC guidelines regarding disclosure.  I am involved in their P&G Thank You Mom campaign and my post is eligible for a gift card via random drawing by One2One Network. 


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6/22/10

Our Little Navigator - (LA To AK Trip) - WW


Our little navigator.

My husband does not use a GPS. He is a map man and he is very very good at it too! Me. I'm all about the GPS :). Our whole travel to Alaska was done by planning our route with the map.




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The Struggle To Buy Groceries

For most people here in Louisiana, it's a struggle to take care of our families. The oil spill happened. We know BP was negligent and they will have to make amends. 

The fishing industry is shut down. These men and women who made a living in that area now has to find other means of livelihood. 

The oil spill did not really affect the oil industries here until Obama put a moratorium on off shore drilling, specifically deep water. 

The people the lost jobs in the fishing industry could have at least try to get temporary or permanent jobs in the oil services, but alas that too is a dead end because of this moratorium. So it's like we are hit with double, triple, however many whammies. How did Obama think this would help us? 

So now my family can barely make ends meet and it's not like we are a family to ever live above our means. Shoot we even order pizza!
I can't go to the store now unless we have $20 extra that can get the basic, milk , eggs, bagels. 

Since I returned from vacation, I've been babysitting and I know if it wasn't for that, this month we might not have been able to get groceries. 
Now my husband have the added stress of worrying about how to pay our mortgage and vehicle and utilities etc. 

Once again, how is this moratorium helping the people of Louisiana?

Then of course there is the stupid blame game that went on and on and on. The reality is that everything these oil companies do have to be signed off on. So someone knows what was going on. The people who inspected these rigs knew if things weren't right.  So why aren't they also held accountable? 

We constantly have drills for emergencies of all sorts? Why weren't there procedures in place for a disaster like this? Everyone was scrambling around pantless. 

All this jetting to and from the gulf just to walk on the non-existent beaches for a show of the press does nothing but waste fuel. The same fuel that government want to make it seems like it's not a necessity in the  present American way of life. 

Can't you utilize the various digital means of conferences and get your heads together and discuss what needs to be done? The flying all over the country with body guards and what not is a waste of money. 
The president showing up in LA does not mean he cares more or any less. I've never really understood why people think the president needs to show up at a disaster area just to look. How does that help?

Anyway rant off. 

And our struggle continues. 

You can read more here on the matter below: *NOTE* Apparently they are changing the link or something so I'm sharing the original page* 

More on gulf oil spill
During Monday's two-hour hearing, plaintiffs' attorney Carl Rosenblum said the six-month suspension of drilling work could prove more economically devastating than the spill itself.

But a lawsuit filed by Hornbeck Offshore Services of Covington, La., claims the government arbitrarily imposed the moratorium without any proof that the operations posed a threat. Hornbeck says the moratorium could cost Louisiana thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in lost wages.

Meanwhile, Kenneth Feinberg, who has been tapped by the White House to run the fund set up to help people harmed by the spill, said many people are in desperate financial straits and need immediate relief.

Gulf rig owner criticizes Obama's drilling halt

NEW ORLEANS – The owner of the drilling rig involved in the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico criticized the U.S. government's six-month ban on deepwater drilling in the area Tuesday.
On the sidelines of an oil conference in London, Transocean Ltd. president Steven Newman said there were things President Barack Obama's administration "could implement today that would allow the industry to go back to work tomorrow without an arbitrary six-month time limit."
Transocean owns the Deepwater Horizon rig, which was run by British oil company BP PLC. An April 20 explosion on the rig killed 11 workers and set off the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history.
The criticism came a day after a federal judge in New Orleans began to mull lifting the moratorium, which the Obama administration imposed after the disaster began, and the administrator of a $20 billion fund to compensate oil spill victims pledged to speed payment of claims.
Judge Martin Feldman said he will decide by Wednesday whether to overturn the ban.
During Monday's two-hour hearing, plaintiffs' attorney Carl Rosenblum said the six-month suspension of drilling work could prove more economically devastating than the spill itself.
"This is an unprecedented industrywide shutdown. Never before has the government done this," Rosenblum said.
Government lawyers said the Interior Department has demonstrated that industry regulators need more time to study the risks of deepwater drilling and identify ways to make it safer.
"The safeguards and regulations in place on April 20 did not create a sufficient margin of safety," said Justice Department attorney Guillermo Montero.
Meanwhile, Kenneth Feinberg, who has been tapped by the White House to run the fund set up to help people harmed by the spill, said many people are in desperate financial straits and need immediate relief.
"We want to get these claims out quicker," he said. "We want to get these claims out with more transparency."
Feinberg, who ran the claim fund set up for victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, said BP has paid out over $100 million so far. Various estimates place total claims so far in excess of $600 million.
BP said it has spent $2 billion fighting the spill for the last two months and compensating victims, with no end in sight. It's likely to be at least August before crews finish two relief wells that are the best chance of stopping the flow of oil.
The British oil giant released its latest tally of response costs, including $105 million paid out so far to 32,000 claimants. That figure does not include the $20 billion fund BP PLC last week agreed to set up for residents and businesses hurt by the spill.
Also Monday, the government sent BP a $51.4 million bill for the response effort. BP has already paid two other bills totaling $70.9 million.
Shares of BP, which have lost about half their value since the April 20 oil rig disaster that killed 11 workers, fell nearly 3 percent Monday in New York trading to $30.86.
BP chief executive Tony Hayward canceled a scheduled Tuesday appearance at the London oil conference, citing his commitment to the Gulf relief effort. The last-minute pullout followed stinging criticism of Hayward's attendance at a yacht race on the Isle of Wight off the coast of southern England on Saturday.
Obama's administration has also been struggling to show it is responding forcefully to the spill, which has gushed anywhere from 68 million to 126 millions gallons of oil into the Gulf.
As part of that effort, the Interior Department halted the approval of any new permits for deepwater drilling and suspended drilling at 33 existing exploratory wells in the Gulf.
But a lawsuit filed by Hornbeck Offshore Services of Covington, La., claims the government arbitrarily imposed the moratorium without any proof that the operations posed a threat. Hornbeck says the moratorium could cost Louisiana thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in lost wages.
During Monday's hearing, Feldman asked a government lawyer why the Interior Department decided to suspend deepwater drilling after the rig explosion when it didn't bar oil tankers from Alaskan waters after the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989 or take similar actions in the wake of other industrial accidents.
"The Deepwater Horizon blowout was a game-changer," Montero said. "It really illustrates the risks that are inherent in deepwater drilling."
Feldman asked Rosenblum if it's true that a recent Securities and Exchange Commission filing by Hornbeck suggests "basically things are pretty good" for the company and it can survive the moratorium. Rosenblum said the full impact of the shutdown cannot be calculated.
"Thousands of businesses will be affected," he said. "These dominoes are falling as we speak."
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's office filed a brief supporting the plaintiffs' suit. A lawyer for the state told Feldman that the federal government did not consult Louisiana officials before imposing the moratorium, in violation of federal law.
Catherine Wannamaker, a lawyer for several environmental groups that support the moratorium, said six months is a reasonable time for drilling to be suspended while the government studies the risks and regulations governing the industry.
"The risks here are new," she said.
Government lawyers said the plaintiffs haven't seen much of the data that served as the basis for the Interior Department's decision to suspend drilling operations.
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar "wants to be sure deepwater drilling is as safe as we all thought it was on the day before the incident on April 20," said government lawyer Brian Collins.
U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston listened to Monday's hearing over the telephone. Atlas is presiding over a similar case against the Interior Department filed by Diamond Offshore Co., which operates a fleet of drilling rigs.
Along the coast Monday, some cleanup workers reported progress.
On Barataria Bay off the coast of Louisiana, thick globs of oil that washed onto marshy islands a week ago had disappeared, leaving a mass of stained bushes and partly yellowed grasses.
Blackened lengths of boom surrounded the islands, which were still teeming with brown pelicans, gulls and other seabirds, some with visible signs of oil on their plumage. Nearby, shrimp boats that have been transformed into skimmers hauled absorbent booms across the water's surface, collecting some of the remaining oil.
Crews aboard Navy and Coast Guard boats teamed with local fishermen using booms to funnel oil into a vessel and haul it away.
This is the area's new economy — dependent as ever on the sprawling bay, but now those who made their living harvesting its bounty are focused on its healing.
"It looks 10 times better than it did a week ago," said Carey O'Neil, 42, a commercial fisherman idled by the spill who now provides tours of the damaged areas for media and government observers in his 23-foot boat anchored in Grand Isle. "But what impact will this have for the future — two, three, four, even 10 years? That's what worries me."
The number of oil-soaked birds in the area is down significantly, from 60 or 70 a day at the triage center on Grand Isle to more like seven or eight, said Steve Martarano, a spokesman for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
"We've been sending 55 boats a day out pretty much since day one, when the oil hit this area, and so we feel like we've really made inroads," he said.
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Associated Press writers John Flesher and Ramit Plushnick-Masti in Barataria, La., and Robert Barr and Jane Wardell in London contributed to this report.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100622/ap_on_bi_ge/us_gulf_oil_spill

 



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6/21/10

LA - AK (From 31ft - 14,000ft above sea level)


May 5

Leadville brought on the sickies. I started to feel miserably sick. I didn't know what to do with myself and thought that surely I was going to bust open, hurl all over the truck or die. 

I forced myself to fall asleep. Well all I could do was lie down anyway. After a long while and little sleep, I felt a tad better. 

Maybe it was the motion sickness or the altitude (We went up 14,000 feet!) sickness or something else. I don't know, but I DO NOT want to feel that way again!

Leadville is famous in it's own right too and you can read more about it HERE.

We then went on to the Rocky Mountain Peak National Park. It was a beautiful drive, but loooooooong.  We got some flurries along the way and wanted to cut straight through to Estes National Park but a few hundred miles into the drive and we came upon a locked road. Yes locked. There was a gate across the road and it was locked!!! In the rockies!!! So you couldn't just move the orange barrels aside and proceed to your danger.  We had to turn back and take on the journeying of 200 miles out of the way to get back into the groove of our vaca-tour.  And those 200 miles had nothing to show of it! 

They said the road was close for winter...um May is not a winter month....but then again we are talking about the rockies eh. 

We enjoyed the watching our truck mileage rise from 15.3 to 21.4! whooooo and hauled ass all the way to Wyoming. We arrived at 2am, exhausted, drunken with tired and barely found a motel...let's make that a 'otel.


LA - AK (From 31ft - 14,000+ft above sea level)

Collegiate Peaks - LA - AK - Aloha Friday

US Olympic Ctr - US Air Force Academy + Chapel - LA To AK Vacation


Garden Of The Gods - Driving From Louisiana To Alaska

Road Trip - Somewhere in Canada on our way back home (LA - AK)


Me, The B.A.T. And The Road


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6/20/10

My Father Walked Away - Happy Father's Day


My mother was 19 years old when she found out she was pregnant. Neighbors told my 'father', that she was pregnant. He went and poked around on her tummy while she was at work. 

That evening when my mother went home, all his things were gone. 

He left. 

She only saw him once again after that. They were standing across the street from each other. They did not speak to each other. I don't know if it was after I was born or while she was still pregnant. 

I'm now almost 30. I do not know my father. He doesn't know me. 

I still pray for him. I hope he is alive. I hope to meet him. I just want to know what is in his heart then and now. 

Despite it all, my heart wants to know. 

However, I have a husband who is present in his children lives and I'm so grateful I made the right choice in choosing / accepting this man as my husband. 

He is strong and very smart and quick witted. He loves to give. I admire this in him so much. He is meticulous with our finances and I feel that I can trust him financially. 

He loves the Lord and he loves me and he loves his children.

Happy Father's Day love.

P.s I think you are sexy and reminds me of one of my fave actors Ralph Fiennes :) *smooch*


 Sharing his bundle with his brother

 We have come a long way, haven't we love?






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6/19/10

Apple IPad Giveaway - Yes I Said Ipad!

Apple iPad Giveaway ~ Yes, I said iPad! – CLICK HERE TO ENTER @ MOM TO BED BY 8

All of the built-in apps on iPad were designed from the ground up to take advantage of the large Multi-Touch screen and advanced capabilities of iPad. And they work in any orientation. So you can do things with these apps that you can’t do on any other device.
 
 Giveaway

One lucky Mom to Bed by 8 reader will receive a iPad 16GB.

Giveaway ends July 2nd at 11:59pm Central. Contest open to US & Canadian Residents.







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