Well I started this post on January 30th and just getting back to it now...some of this is old news!
Fancy A Pint? Drinking Beer Could ‘Help Fight Dementia’
Chemical found in hops has been found to protect brain
cells from damage that causes degenerative diseases including Parkinson’s and
Moir | Yahoo Lifestyle – Fri, 30 Jan, 2015 8:51 AM
Now you know why I love my beer!
Naheed Nenshi awarded 2014 World Mayor Prize
Calgary Mayor beats out 25 finalists for the honour
CBC NewsPosted: Feb 02, 2015 1:25 PM MT
Last Updated: Feb
02, 2015 5:22 PM MT
The award aims to raise the profile of mayors worldwide by honouring those
who have served their communities well by governing openly and honestly, and
those who made significant contributions to cities nationally and
internationally. "All I try to do is be very authentic, be real with people and just focus on
working hard on making this community a better place, just like everyone else in
the community. So I'm super happy about it, but I'm a little bit overwhelmed by
the whole thing as well." Nenshi was chosen over 25 other finalists for the honour. He said he's
looking forward to using the platform the recognition will bring to the
city. "I think it gives us a lot of great visibility, it gives us the opportunity
to talk about what we're doing here in Calgary on a national and international
stage, which is always important for us, particularly in these tough economic
times," he said.
Finally got my business kit from Rodan & Fields. Started using the *Reverse* and love the way it makes my skin feel. If anyone is interested in purchasing the products or becoming a consultant, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The weather has been great here in Calgary the last few weeks..high today of +1 and then climbing back up to +9 and above! Sure beats what the east coast is getting!
New Brunswick weather: 60
cm of snow blankets Maritimes
Blowing snow advisory in effect for southeastern New
Brunswick on Monday, conditions to improve gradually
CBC NewsPosted: Feb 16, 2015 6:10 AM AT Last Updated: Feb
16, 2015 11:44 AM AT
Several highways in southeastern New Brunswick remain closed on Monday, along
with the Confederation Bridge between New Brunswick and Prince Edward
Digging out from 60+ cm of snow!
OMG...from Saint Paul, NB How would you even begin to tackle this! Bigger Blower might be required!
Hubby went to Red Deer & Lethbridge Branches last week and working on heading to Medicine Hat & Cranbrook shortly. I worry about him driving during the winter but since the Main branch doesn't support him, he has to do this to earn a decent commission. We have to work the next two weekends...OMG...doing inventory! You would think they would have a modern system for such a big company rather than doing this manually! Have a great week everyone! Be safe! God Bless PS: no idea why there is a white background on this post!