Monthly Archives: May 2010

14 posts

My Girls Can’t Keep a Secret

No, not my daughters.  I’m talking about those two mounds of flesh that are attached to my chest.  Every time I turn around, they’re screaming as loud as they can “Daenel’s cold!”  Yes, I’m talking about my temperature gauges, my tatas, my breasts.  Do you have the same problem?  Or […]

P&G Thank You, Mom

During the 2010 Olympics, Proctor &Gamble launched a successful “Proud Sponsor of Mom” campaign.  During this campaign, P&G ensured that mothers of Team USA athletes were able to support and encourage their children by helping to defray travel costs and providing them with a safe and secure location to eat […]

National Run a Mile Day

May is National Runner’s Month and from 6~8 May, the American Running Association is sponsoring National Run a Mile Day.  This is the first time that I’ve ever participated so I dragged my daughter, Miss 16, into running with me.  It took us about 12 minutes to complete the mile […]

The Changing Room

On 21 April I wrote a post about Cristina Carlino and She Colors my Day, a worldwide movement with the goal of finding a cure for cancer. The campaign was inspired by a mother’s love for her daughters and has become a global effort that benefits Susan G. Komen for […]