September 3rd, 2014
Six years ago today was a eventful and busy day. JE and i got married and started our forever lives together. God blessed us with each other and our love made a child that completed our family unit. As we go through our daily lives we sometimes forget that powerful love we experience. I can still remember when I realized that i did not want to live my life without him. Our love has only grown since. We have been married for six years and four of those six i have been battling breast cancer. I can’t say that is a road either one of us would have chosen but we did chose to walk it hand in hand when there were roadblocks. By circumstance outside of our hands, JE is away at a bachelor party weekend. I am sure they are having a great time without any females around to tell them what they are doing wrong! But i am thinking about him and remember our special day when we left behind our individual lives to become and even better team. Thanks for being my partner. I wish Willace and Liz a long and happy life together. And may our lake house survive this weekend!!!
Been a while
Feeling pretty good today after a somewhat rough weekend. Battling nausea (lost once or twice already!) and it feels like an elephant is sitting on my chest. I can’t seem to catch a good breath. I fear the heart failure has returned. It is either that or my hemoglobin is extremely low. I guess it can hold off until Thursday as there is nothing to do except get off of the Herceptin again. The heartburn is hard to live with. I am feeling like that commercial where the woman is breathing fire. Talked with my doctor today and he said to take two antiacids a day, twice a day. (Even though the box says not to exceed more than two tablets a day!!) Despite not feeling myself, I enjoyed our time together as a family at the lake. The water is still a little nippy but it is as beautiful as ever for this time of year. Only three days of school left. Now is the time the students start to do some really wierd things. We met our new principal today. He has some qualities I like. He likes dogs, he is an ex-coach, he doesn’t seem to BS and he has no hair! Those unique characteristics can’t help but make for a good leader.
August 12th, 2014
Three things are essential to be able to know how to build lean muscle. The numbers may be different since your goals would also vary, but you will find that the way you deliver it will be the same. So it may be entirely up to you to be consistent with the program you are going to undergo and how persistent you will be in dealing with it.
Initially, you would have to consider the idea of rest. This is the area where it is most neglected. Rest here, refers to the period in between sets, wherein you take a break from previous work out to the next day’s work out. The amount of sleep you have is also measured here. Without rest, even if you have a balanced diet and conditioned yourself to exercise at a good pace, the results will be different from what is expected. This is because your muscles recover when you are resting and not while you are at work.
Your diet should also not be disregarded. If you are starting on how to build lean muscle, you should have a proper intake of protein and carbohydrates regularly. Protein helps repair and build the muscles in your body and the carbohydrates help your body avoid eating itself alive. Make sure you have a proper diet and intake of the right foods that would help build up lean muscle mass.
It is also helpful to be conscious of the calories you take in each day. Calories may help you, not only gain weight, but gain muscle as well. Follow the guideline starting with consuming 17 times your total body weight in calories regularly. Continue to monitor your results. If you sense that you are staying at the same weight or dropping pounds, increase to the factor of 20, but it is advisable to stop there.
The types of work out you undergo and the type of machines you choose can affect your results greatly if you are on the verge of learning how to build lean muscle. There are different types of exercise that you think might work similarly but they actually don’t. You may even opt to have little changes in your routine if you feel you want to move up a bit on your progress. You may focus on upper body muscle building since this is one of the harder areas to workout. Just by following a consistent pattern of proper exercises, a good diet and enough rest, you will be able to see immediate results.
August 12th, 2014
With over 100 years of skill in musical instrument manufacturing, Yamaha has an established record of excellence products. In 1966, Yamaha created its first electric guitar in Japan.
Yamaha’s goal is to make the happiness of music available to all. They have created a variety of guitar kits. Some starter kits include a padded gig bag, amplifier, guitar cable, and more. It also can be customized to meet the demands of the emergent musician.
Yamaha even has the Silent Guitar. This assists those who need to practice but are living populated places. Students who live in dorms or apartments love this. They plug in their headset to the guitar and get great sound quality. When they’re able to play live, they just hook up to a sound system for all to hear.
Yamaha electric guitars are indicated by their neck building. Their neck is distinctive because it’s set deep with the body of the guitar instead of attached to the body. Additionally they have the distinct maintain plate and T-Cross system. With these patented characteristics, you are able to create a warm expert tone. Yamaha electric guitars aren’t only known for their excellence design and sound, but for their affordability. Beginning and intermediate players love Yamaha as they can find inexpensive equipment that is user friendly.
Yamaha has manufactured several different models to cater to all expertise levels. Therefore, from starter to specialist, there is a Yamaha electric guitar to suit. They’re very versatile in features and price range. So whether you’re a newbie or an experienced player you will find the perfect package to suit your playing style and more significantly your wallet.