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  1. Hi I am so excited I found your web site, I really found you by error, while I was searching on Yahoo
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  2. Sara,I have question.My hair color is dark brown/black. I want to dye my hair into dark red / brdugnuy. I don’t want to bleaching my hair.I want to use permanent dye. I live in Indonesia. Commonly available brands are L’oreal and Garnier. Do you have any suggestions, what color suit me? And which products are right for me and should I use?I also want to have a few streaks/highlights in my hair with bright colors. Such as blonde, or whatever fits.I don’t know if it matters, but my skin is yellow Asia. So it might be to adjust the color of my hair.Thank you so much

    • one glass of red wine on occasion in the 2nd & 3rd tri is ok. So I won’t think anitnyhg of it when I have a glass of red wine on our baby moon this week. I feel like pregnancy/birth/parenting opens so many doors for judgy-ness. I’ve been judged on other boards for eating soft-serve, or preached at by a “natural birth is best” mama when I said I wanted an epidural. And I’ve seen moms get ripped a new one because they did CIO or didn’t cloth diaper. So I’ve really tried to be more open-minded and less judgy to others. My way is not the only way. My doctor’s way is not the only way. So I wouldn’t judge for one glass of wine, but I’d be mildly concerned for the baby if she would have had 2 and kept going or got drunk, bc I’ve never heard anyone say that their doctor okayed more than 1 glass of wine at a time.

      • (Fort Wayne, Indiana) All across the United States, rstiegered nurses are being saluted. On May 6, 2012, Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. Zeta Eta Chapter is joining the American Nurses Association in celebrating Nurses: Advocating, Leading, Caring, as part of National Nurses Week, which is held May 6-12, every year. The purpose of the week long celebration is to raise awareness of the value of nursing and help educate the public about the role nurses play in meeting the health care needs of the American people.In honor of the dedication, commitment, and tireless effort of the nearly 3.1 million rstiegered nurses nationwide to promote and maintain the health of this nation, the ANA and Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. are proud to recognize rstiegered nurses everywhere for the quality work they provide seven days a week, 365 days a year.Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc., Zeta Eta Chapter, kicked off National Nurses Week on Saturday, May 5, 2012 by hosting a luncheon which celebrated the fashions and programs of First Lady Michelle Obama in the Crown dining room at Kingston Care Center, presenting information on women’s heart health – Go Red for Women, and recognizing nurses in the community for excellence in Advocating, Leading, Caring which exemplify this year’s theme for National Nurses Week. Carmen Moore BSN, RN, community health nurse consultant for Parkview Community Health Improvement, received recognition for Advocating. Phyllis Bragg MSN, FNP, RN, interim director of nursing for MedTech College and Jernice Watson RN, BS, MBA Perioperative Nurse Manager for VA Northern Indiana Health Care System received recognition for Leading. Tamela Guyton, MSN, FNP, RN, nurse practitioner Parkview Physicians Group Auburn, received recognition for Caring.Chi Eta Phi sorority, an organization of professional nurses, advances the nursing profession by fostering high standards of nursing practice and mentoring new nurses. Tracie Jones BSN, RN, December graduate of St. Francis University, currently employed at University Hospital IU Health Systems and Alexandria Lightning BSN, to be graduated May 9 from IPFW, received recognition for Future Leaders.Annually, National Nurses Week begins on May 6, marked as RN Recognition Day, and ends on May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, founder of nursing as a modern profession. Chi Eta Phi Sorority will end National Nurses Week with a private cake and punch reception on Saturday, May 12.

  3. I looked through your galleries – nice work here! I especially like the toddler sleeping, one leg almost off the bed. Reminds me a bit of my older son…I’d have to scoot him back on the bed before I went to bed or he’d fall out before morning. Ah, memories 🙂

  4. if i send you an image, can you draw and/or paint an image and frame it? if so, how much do you charge? – Kris

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    • it privately if I had your email, but as it is I don’t see any harm in other ploepe seeing it. But you’ve just been immortalised.Okay, so this is what happened I volunteer at the Lu Rees Archives, which is an archive of Australian children’s authors. They have a file on me since my first book was for kids, and have collected copies of all my books.I sometimes give them various bits and pieces to put in the KJTaylor file. Recently I told them I was going to delete my LJ, so they went there and printed off some of it for archiving. They got the last few entries, and the very first, which was the only one they got in full, comments and all. And guess who the very first commenter on the LJ was? You. Your very first comment on my very first post has now been printed and archived. It’s the only comment to be preserved now that the LJ is gone. So now when ploepe look at my file in the archives, you’ll be a part of it.As you’re a librarian, I thought you’d find that pretty neat. I sure did. (They also preserved my post about the Skyrim sweetroll, which is awesome in a different way).(Finally, I have just put the first copy of the new book up on eBay, as promised).

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