Check out one of the first of a series of videos for you to check out Complete Nutrition and why they are so different then any other Supplement and Nutrition store! you can find your nearest Complete Nutrition at: http://www.completenutrition.com/
And you can see great success stories like Kimberly who lost 115 pounds in one year thanks to Complete Nutrition! Kim’s amazing transformation from losing her post-baby weight to looking like a model and Bobby who is getting stronger, leaner and muscular all because of the weight loss kits, nutrition products and more important the EXPERTISE that Complete Nutrition consultants offer to each individual who enters their doors! Get your body at it’s best and your get your Fitness ON!
The picture is from her video from the beautiful music video to her song, “The House That Built Me”, and although not REALLY her house (she grew up in Texas, the house is in Nashville) she said it was just like it! Here is yesterday’s winner in case you missed it! I dare you NOT to get teary eyed! Take a listen:
And here is the Video from “The House That Built Me”!
The first time I heard Miranda Lambert’s House That Built Me, I cried. Then I listened to it again, and again. I immediately sent it to my sister (who, is NOT a country music listener!) She LOVED it!
Here’s the letter that we read on the Cornbread Show as well as the link:
“Dear daughter, let Miley Cyrus be a lesson to you.
Yes, this is what happens when you constantly hear everything you do is awesome. This is what happens when people fawn over your every Tweet and Instagram photo. This is what happens when no responsible adult has ever said the word “no,” made you change your clothes before leaving the house, or never spanked your butt for deliberate defiance.
If you ever even consider doing something like that, I promise you that I will run up and twerk so you will see how ridiculous twerking looks. I will duct tape your mouth shut so your tongue doesn’t hangout like an overheated hound dog. I will smack any male whom you decide to smash against his pelvis – after I first knock you on your butt for forgetting how a lady acts in public.
Why would I do that? Because I love you and I want you to respect yourself. Miley Cyrus is not edgy or cool or sexy. She’s a desperate girl screaming for attention: Notice me. Tell me I’m pretty. See how hot I am. I know all the guys want me. All the girls want to be me.
You probably know girls who will emulate this behavior at the next school dance. Don’t do it with them. You are far too valuable to sell yourself so cheaply. Walk away. Let the boys gawk and know in your heart that they see only a body that can be used for their pleasure and then forgotten.
I’m sorry if you’ve ever felt sad because I haven’t gushed over everything you’ve done. My role is to praise when praise is due, but also to offer constructive criticism and correction when it is needed as well. I’m sorry if you’ve ever felt demoralized because your Instagram following isn’t in the thousands, and I’m sorry those “selfies” can never capture how amazingly beautiful you truly are. I’m sorry if you’ve ever wished you had a friend instead of a mom, and I promise you that I will probably get worse when you hit high school.
Dear daughter, I am going to fight or die trying to keep you from becoming like the Miley Cyruses of the world.
We all have been in situations that you say “Oooo, some day KARMA will get him or her” when they did something wrong or bad to you? Check out this video! Did the driver FORCE the Karma?
Like you see that idiot driving like crazy on the highway and tailgating you, then cutting you off, and you WISH there were a cop SOMEWHERE to “GET” him? You just curse under your breath “Karma’s gonna get that jerk”! But ya never get to actually SEE it! Or that guy/girl cheats on you, then THEY get cheated on?
OR….maybe you HAVE seen it? When have you seen or been a part of Karma when it Bites Back? And do you believe in Karma? Do you think that if you do something good, or “pay it forward” that then, in turn, something good will happen to you?
What time should we arrive? Walk registration will begin at 8 a.m. The main entrance is at Gate 3 (Eight St., by the Stan Musial statue). Guests requiring assistance may enter through Gate 5 (Clark Ave., by Ford Plaza).
Where should we park? Parking will be available in Stadium East and West Garages, as well as neighboring parking lots for a small fee. Busses may park in Ballpark Village for $5. It is recommended to take the Metrolink.
What should we do with any cash/check donations upon arrival? All cash and check donations should be submitted in a sealed envelope, and can be turned in the morning of the Walk at the registration booth. Please make sure to include the names and addresses of donors who would like a tax receipt for donations over $25. Also, please include a list of team members and how much money they have raised. This will determine if they qualify to receive a t-shirt or Champion’s Club medal.
Can participants register/make a donation the day of the Walk? Yes, participants can register and/or make a donation the day of the Walk. Donations to the Walk to End Alzheimer’s will be accepted until December 31, 2013.
Where do I pick up my T-shirt, Champion’s Club medal, or Promise Flower? T-shirts and Champion’s Club medals can be picked up at the registration booths the morning of the Walk. Staff and volunteers will be directing participants to the Promise Garden to pick up Promise Flowers.
WALK DAY ITINERARY:
Registration Walk registration begins at 8 a.m. Team Captains are encouraged to set up a time and place for their team to meet up. Participants can turn in donations, pick up t-shirts and wristbands, and register if they have not already. Registration will be held at Gates 3 and 5.
Promise Garden During registration, all registered participants are given a wristband. Show your wristband to the volunteer at the Promise Garden between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. to receive your free Promise Flower. Promise Flowers represent your reason for walking.Purple Flower: I have lost someone to Alzheimer’s.
Blue Flower: I have Alzheimer’s disease.
Yellow Flower: I am a caregiver for someone with Alzheimer’s.
Orange: I am a supporter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
Opening Ceremony Opening Ceremony begins promptly at 9 a.m. at the third base seating area (ushers will be available to escort you to the seats). An optional one-mile or three-mile Walk will immediately follow the ceremony.
Walk Celebration The Walk will wrap-up with a celebration in Ford Plaza! Enjoy vendor booths, family activities, and complimentary food and beverages! We also encourage all our Walkers to visit our Mission Experience area to learn more about the programs and services the Alzheimer’s Association St. Louis Chapter provides as well as opportunities to become involved in research and advocacy efforts.
Registration: 8 a.m. Opening Ceremony: 9 a.m. A one-mile and three-mile Walk will immediately follow the Opening Ceremony, and all participants have the opportunity to finish with a lap around the Warning Track of the field of Busch Stadium.
The party continues after the Walk! Come join us for a Post-Walk celebration in Ford Plaza when you return from the Walk. Dance Performance by the Big Muddy Dance Group: 10:30 a.m. Event Ends 11:30 a.m.
Registration Guidelines The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is open to all ages. Each person attending the Walk is required to register. There is no fundraising minimum or registration fee. Register online at act.alz.org/stlwalk, or submit a paper registration form. Call 800.272.3900 for assistance registering for the walk.
What if I want to sign-up but can’t attend the Walk? We encourage everyone to sign up for our Walk even if they cannot attend the event on Saturday, Aug. 31! Sign up to be a Virtual Walker, and support the Walk to End Alzheimer’s through raising awareness and fundraising.
Can children participate in the Walk? Yes! Walk to End Alzheimer’s welcomes children and adults of all ages to participate in the Walk!
Will there be a 5k run? No, there will not be a 5k run along with the Walk. Please contact us at 800.272.3900 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to host a 5k Run as your team’s fundraiser.
How long is the Walk? There will be two Walk route options: a one-mile and a three-mile. Both route options begin and end at Busch Stadium.
Are strollers permitted at the Walk? Yes, strollers will be permitted at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Are pets permitted at the Walk? No, unfortunately pets are not permitted at Busch Stadium.
What if it rains? The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is a rain or shine event. If severe weather is in the forecast, we encourage Walkers to check our website at alz.org/stl or call our Walk hotline at 314.801.0440 the morning of the Walk for any updates or event cancellations.
Will there be food and drink at the Walk? Yes, complimentary snacks and beverages will be provided.
Is the Walk handicap accessible? Yes, our Walk route is handicap accessible.
Who gets a T-Shirt, a Promise Flower, and/or a Champion’s Club medal?
T-Shirts: Every registered participant who raises $100 or more is entitled to receive a commemorative 2013 Walk to End Alzheimer’s t-shirt. T-shirts can be picked up the morning of the Walk at the registration booth.Promise Flowers: Every registered participant will receive a wristband. The wristband is the key to picking up a Promise Flower the day of the Walk.Champion’s Club Medal: Participants who individually raise $500 or more are automatically enrolled into the Champion’s Club, and will receive a commemorative Champion’s Club medal. For more information about the Champion’s Club, please visit the alz.org/stl.
WHAT TO EXPECT ON WALK DAY:
Where is the Walk located? There will be an optional one-mile and a three-mile Walk route option through downtown St. Louis, finishing with a lap around the warning track of the Busch Stadium field. Please keep in mind that this is not a competitive event, and please be mindful of others along the Walk route. If you are a brisk walker, please move closer to the front of the crowd.