In this coming week John will install an AquaLiv system at his other brother and sister-in-laws' home. David and Lupe were thrilled to get their system today, and James and Stephanie are looking forward to having theirs.
One very amazing thing about water from this is system is how easily we all can drink a pint (even two pints) and never feel bloated or uncomfortably full. I wish everyone could have an AquaLiv system.
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
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Shirley and John each take a glassful of yogurt to work every day. However, there are only 7 glasses. So the bulk yogurt can be put in cleaned glasses to get them through the week.
Needless to say, I am eager to try out this new batch. It will need to chill in the refrigerator for an hour before enjoying some.
Monday, January 17, 2011
The next step for me may be to graduate to a large yogurt maker. It makes, in bulk, 2 quarts of product. A double-walled construction — presenting a 'cylinder of water' — provides even heating with an incubation time of half that as for my '7 single-servings' maker.
The positive reviews given this item are very compelling. I believe that it will be smart to include yogurt daily in my diet. I love the flavor plain; therefore, can avoid always adding sugary fruits. Yet, I have been throwing in frozen blueberries occasionally. Yummy, healthy treat both ways.
Sunday, January 16, 2011
No complaints about these comfortable days. Too bad it is not like this year-round. Summer's triple-digit heat is awful.
Saturday, January 08, 2011
European Yogurt Maker
Shirley likes fruit mixed in, so any kind of fruit preserves should work perfectly well. I suspect that once I start Shirley on this she will not want to go back to yogurt off the grocery store shelf. Imagine adding strawberry preserves and some ripe banana slices to this home-made treat.
BTW, Shirley continues to drink around 95 ounces of water from our AquaLiv system daily. Initially she noticed that never did she get fluid-overload from extra water consumption and she lost 7 pounds (water weight I am sure). As well, recently she stopped her evening Lasix dose, taking only the morning medication without untoward results.
As for me, I continue consuming six pints daily and have had to reduce my evening Lantus insulin dose. And I feel better overall since starting hydration with better water.
The GPS Bird
The GPS Receiver
The GPS Device Vent Mount
At least three satellites are needed to triangulate the receiver's position on the ground. The software in Garmin's Nuvi relates the positioning coordinates to its installed map set.
In California it is not legal to attach a GPS device to one's windshield. A suction cup mounting attaches to windshield glass or a metal disk that adheres to the dashboard. For less than ten dollars we went with a vent mount that ensures good viewing of the Nuvi and using the device legally.
GPS navigation is a wonderful technology. On two occasions I recently got directions to a destination that I would have otherwise needed MapQuest or Google Maps to provide prior to my beginning my trip. In one instance I was already in another community and my Garmin eliminated any stress about the best way for me to proceed.
Yes, I am a gadget freak; yet, its initial cost makes my Nuvi one of my best purchases of 2010.
Saturday, January 01, 2011
My ID badge triggered the time clock for start and end of work day. It provided access to and from stairways. The badge is our 'key' for entry most everywhere in the facility, and even the gate for secured parking.
Associated with our Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) all department safety reps had a card that would be placed directly behind his or her ID badge. I had the pleasure of chairing our IIPP Taskforce, a sub-committee of ARMC's Safety Committee.
My California State License is due to expire in August, 2011. However, it might as well expire this month of January. That was $220 bi-annually which I will not need to pay this year.
I have thirty-four years of terrific memories, and leave my job with a sense of pride and satisfaction with regard to my employment experiences.
I am investing in 'Internet Advertising Affiliation' right away. I cannot be bored after retirement with nothing to do.
This is a happy start of a Happy New Year because today — New Year's Day — is my outdate. Yes, my first day of retirement.