What an event they are having this month! The Fragile Women is hosting a FREE event on Mar. 2nd in DC. Cheryl Larrabee will be speaking about the topic: “Caring for a Loved One with Breast Cancer: The Impact on Partners and Families” with a focus on Telling the story of the journey, as it affects the individual and the family. Reservations can be made at TheFragileWomen.com/register – please mark it on your calendar! Click here to learn more and RSVP!
He's really encouraging the reader to say that about their wife, about their husband, about their family. If you are going through cancer and you're going to have other people to go to, but that's when you know that you can come to your faith. You can come to God. You can go to your spiritual beliefs. You can come to the one who is in control, who is in control and who will take care of you. And I think that the book is so well-written that it kind of tells you what you need to know. You don't have to make any judgments or think about it too hard. It's really well-written.
Kristin Rawlinson: I was just talking about the people you meet and the networking, just really encouraging. And I think that's what YPO is about is just the ongoing support. We're all on the same journey, we're all fighting the same battle, and it's really just about having fellowship and supporting each other and helping each other get through the day.
If another hacker does this, then they will be able to put any game on the ps3 in a matter of minutes! and that means that Sony will be out of the console market for good. We have seen what happens when sony doesn't support games anymore. Nintendo is turning a profit, now it is time for Sony to do the same, or else they are dead.
I don't see the appeal of owning a Sony PS3, and I don't see the value of the PS3 as an entertainment device. Sony has become one of the most untrustworthy companies in the gaming industry in my eyes. 827ec27edc