Register now and receive $10 off your registration fee for 10 days only! Use discount code "10for10" (hurry - you only have until May 13th at midnight!)
The 2013 Race for the Cure registration is open! Register now and receive $10 off your registration fee for 10 days only!Register and donate now and then recruit 10 of your friends to join you in the stand against breast cancer on October 12th!
Register online at www.komenncalabama.org to start a team, join a team, or register as an individual. If you want to join Jeannine's team, click here:
Included with your online Race for the Cure registration is a one-year subscription to either SELF or GQ Magazine ($12 value.)
A Place for Mom® (APFM), the nation's largest senior living referral service, released results from its second annual Mother's Daysurvey to shed light on maternal relationships, including valuable pieces of wisdom from moms across the country. Leading themes of wisdom were shared on topics including life and happiness, kindness and compassion, career and money, love, strength and coping, humility and morality, and family and children.
"As we celebrate Mother's Day, we are inspired by the valuable advice and insights received from the moms and daughters we help each day," said Sean Kell , CEO of A Place for Mom. "Our Senior Living Advisors provide strength and guidance to families in need, and this survey was a wonderful opportunity for us to benefit from the wisdom of those we serve as they care for their loved ones."
A sampling of the wisdom shared from mother's across the country, according to A Place for Mom's survey were:
The real estate blog Movoto put it together based on factors like high school dropouts, gun stores, taxidermists, cowboy boot stores, NASCAR tracks nearby, Walmarts, and tractor repair shops. Here's the full top 10 . . .
1. Atlanta, Georgia.
2. Kansas City, Missouri.
3. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
4. Nashville, Tennessee.
5. Tulsa, Oklahoma.
6. Fort Worth, Texas.
7. Arlington, Texas.
8. Sacramento, California.
9. Cleveland, Ohio.
10. Mesa, Arizona.
Before she started to fall apart recently, Amanda Bynes was a clean cut, 10 year old stand up comedian! (Arsenio Hall intro's her as Amanda Burns....but close enough.)