Dear Catherine, Hello! I’d like to mention two things: Purdue Energy Forum and the 4th Annual Richard G. Lugar Energy Summit on September 14th, 2012. Please visit our Homepage for more info or our AGreenerIndiana page for the Summit information.
Catherine you can check out www.infinity2.com/sunbird and look at Living Water Essential and Heartland Select. I have more specific info if interested, but you will have to contact me and include your e-mail.
Besides my company's environmental and energy products and services, through my company's conference calls the other day, I did hear about some non medical benefits that can help get some relief for cancer or the results from medications etc.
I am so sorry about your fight with breast cancer. My Mother has fought and was a survivor for over 20 years when signs came back. I have several friends that have gone through it, and some that have died. I believe Breast cancer is one of the most OUT cancer, with all the pink ribbons everywhere.
I myself am a survivor of cervical, uterine and ovarian cancer, and just today a good friend died of complications of lung cancer that went to her. Do you know the color of those ribbons? There are no Susan G. Komen events for these no dog foods, no tools, no real material, yet the chances of a woman surviving ovarian cancer is so slim because of the lack of research and lack of test and the symptons are so masking od others signs, that by thetime they are diagnosed more often then not many die.
I use my Facebook to correspond with my nieces and nephews, and do not belong to LinkedIn. I joined Greener Indiana because I truely believe in the enviromental cause.
While walking in the neighborhood after weeding yesterday, an Ask Renee question came to mind: Upon moving to Indy from the east coast, I was surprised to see leaves on the curb in plastic bags. Neighbors assured me that as long as the leaves are put on the curb [...]
A whole new kind of restaurant is about to hit the Monon in Broad Ripple in what has been, until a few months ago, a squatter-occupied empty building owned by the Indy Parks Department. Patachou Inc. founder Martha Hoover, whose company also operates Napolese, Petite Chou, and of [...]