Wedding Check List.

Wedding Check list!!

Here is a little checklist to help plan for your big day!

0-12 months before the wedding!

• Choose a date
• Figure out your budget
• Find out what flowers you are wanting
• Find the perfect dress and veil!
• Choose your wedding party, maid of honors and grooms men
• Create your invitations and registry
• Plan engagement pictures
• Explore venues and receptions to get married
• Figure out who the DJ, catering, or photographer for the wedding
• Guest list to invite to the wedding
• Into fitness? Plan a fitness route before your wedding so you will be in top shape
• Make sure to schedule your makeup artist and hair stylist for your big day
• Mail out your Save the Dates
• Find the theme for your wedding! What colors do you want??
• Honeymoon!! Start getting ideas for a honeymoon.
• Start planning on who is going to marry you, JP, or preacher??
• Reserve rentals like chairs, tables, chair, and table covers, etc.
• Figure out what cake and other desserts will be at the wedding and what flavors
• Purchase the wedding bands
• Order thank you cards to pass out after the wedding
• Book honeymoon and room for the wedding night!!
• Plan where out of state guest are going to stay
• Assemble rehearsal dinner
• Something old, something new, something blue and something borrowed
• Order wedding favors
• Write vows
• Review ceremony details
• Flower girls and ringer barriers should have their outfits
• Get a marriage licenses 2-3 week in advance
• Be sure to get medi/pedi
• Get a goodnights rest before the wedding!
These are just some of the things to do starting a year before the wedding. Planning a wedding can be a long process but if you have a little help and guidance you will be able to plan your perfect day! Did you plan your wedding enough in advance?

Elizabeth Charles Vitamin C Complex

Elizabeth Charles Vitamin C Complex

This bottle is 1oz (30 ML)

What is a vitamin? A vitamin is a substance your body cannot make in sufficient amounts. What is Vitamin C? Vitamin c is an ascorbic acid, a water based soluble vitamin, and cannot be stored in the body except in insignificant amounts, it needs to be restored daily for best results. Vitamin C helps produce collagen, which is a protein needed to develop and maintain healthy teeth, bones, gums, cartilage, vertebrae discs, joints linings, bones, blood vessels, and skin. This Elizabeth Charles vitamin c complex is all natural and active way to look youthful. The Vitamin c is giving you the benefit of the hyaluronic acid which extracts moisture from the air so your skin will always look fresh and well maintained after just one dose. This product can take anywhere from 3-4 to receive the full results you are wanting so do give up, you will not be disappointed!

Elizabeth Charles vitamin C complex is a spray that helps enhance the younger youthful look! It is fortified with skin nutrients that helps dissolves wrinkles, fine lines, brown sports, and dark circles while defending against essential damage! It aids in helping hydrate the skin which will help give it the youthful look you are desiring. It also has antioxidants to help fight those annoying environmental germs and stress from everyday life.
For best results after hydrating, cleaning, and exfoliating your face you will want to apply a small amount over your face and neck but avoiding getting in your eyes. Do this twice a day, I usually do it when I wake up and when I go to sleep which seems to be the best results for me.

Please take the time to try this product. You will not be disappointed.

Bones of the Body!

There are 206 Bones in the Body and I am going to list them here:

Bones in the Head:
Cranial bones (8):
frontal, parietal (2), temporal (2), occipital, sphenoid. ethmoid
Facial bones (14):
mandible, maxilla (2), palatine (2), zygomatic (2), nasal (2), lacrimal (2), vomer, inferior nasal conchae (2)
Ear bones (6):
malleus (2), incus (2), stapes (2)
Throat bones (1):
hyoid

Bones below the head:
Shoulder bones(4):
shoulder blade (2), collarbone (2) (also called the clavicle)
Thorax bones (25):
sternum (1), ribs (2 x 12)
Vertebral column bones (24)
cervical vertebrae (7), thoracic vertebrae (12), lumbar vertebrae (5)

Bones in the Arms:
Upper Arm bones (2):
humerus (2)
Forearm bones (4):
radius (2), ulna (2)
Hand Bones (54):
Wrist bones:
scaphoid (2), lunate (2), triquetral (2), pisiform (2), trapezium (2), trapezoid (2), capitate bone (2), hamate (2)
Palm bones:
metacarpals (5 x 2)
Finger bones:
proximal phalanges (5 x 2), intermediate phalanges (4 x 2), distal phalanges (5 x 2)
Pelvis bones (4):
sacrum, coccyx, hip bone (2)
Leg bones (6):
femur or thigh bone (2), patella (2), tibia (2), fibula (2)

Feet bones (52):

Ankle bones:
calcaneus (heel bone) (2), talus (2), navicular (2), medial cuneiform (2), intermediate cuneiform (2), lateral cuneiform (2), cuboid (2), metatarsal bone (5 x 2)

Toe bones:
proximal phalanges (5 x 2), intermediate phalanges (4 x 2), distal phalanges (5 x 2)

 

Can you name all the bones of the body?

Connective Tissues

Connective Tissues

Starting with connective tissue, connective tissue is lightly populated by cells and contains a wide-ranging extracellular matrix consisting of protein fibers, glycoproteins, and proteoglycans. The function of the connective tissue is to provide protection, support, connection, transportation, storage, and the skeleton as a mechanical support for the body. Examples of the connective tissues are blood, fat, tendons, bone, and cartridges. Some characteristics of the connective tissue are the cells are scattered and have a variety of types or shapes. There is a large extracellular matrix which is composed of fibers and ground substances. The connective tissue can be divided up into three different categories- fluid, proper, and supportive. Dense connective tissues contains many fibers packed into interstitial space. There is either regular or irregular connective tissues. Regular is where the fibers run parallel to each other while irregular or “not regular” is where the fibers run random and not in any order. Please let me know what you know about the connective tissues 😊

Asian Beef with Snow Peas

Asian Beef with Snow Peas

Prep time is close to 5 minutes
Cook time is around 10 minutes
Ready time should be about 10 – 15 minutes depending on when it needs to cool off.

These ingredients are required to make the Asian Beef with Snow Peas recipe
• 3 tablespoons soy sauce
• 2 tablespoons rice wine
• 1 tablespoon brown sugar
• 1/2 teaspoon cornstarch
• 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
• 1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger root
• 1 tablespoon minced garlic
• 1-pound beef round steak, cut into thin strips
• 8 ounces snow peas

In a small bowl, you will want to combine the soy sauce, rice wine, brown sugar and cornstarch. After these items are combined set the small bowl aside.

Next heat the oil in a skillet over medium to high heat. Be sure to stir-fry the ginger and the garlic for about 25-30 seconds or longer if necessary.

Then add the steak and stir-fry for around 2 – 3 minutes or until the meat is all the way brown through the middle.

Add the snow peas and stir-fry for an additional 3-4 minutes or longer if necessary. When done, mix the soy sauce blend in and bring to a boil while stirring constantly.

Lower the heat and simmer until the sauce is thick and ready to eat. Enjoy your meal!

Please let me know how you liked this recipe, it was one of my favorites!

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