Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
Can you name four diseases or afflictions that used to be thought of as incurable or irreversible? I can. Breast cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Did you know that now, thanks to the recent advents in stem cell technology, that stem cells can actually either help cure or reverse these four things? Read the C’Elle Testimonials if you’re skeptic. At first, I used to be kind of skeptic myself. I wondered if stem cells could really live up to the hype and do everything that people were talking about them being able to do, so I did some research on the matter. What I’ve found out is actually surprising!
Women don’t have to have a child and obtain their stem cells from their newborn’s cord blood in order to obtain stem cells anymore. Now it’s as simple as collecting them from your own menstrual blood every month, which C’elle makes it incredibly easy to do! Wht’s even more awesome is that C’elle is now offering a special, limited time offer. They’re offering an annual plan for $499 to store your stem cells for one year, which is a savings of $200! And on top of that, they’re even throwing in a bonus, limited edition rhinestone-engraved C’elle satchel that you can also get by using the code CNB200 when you check out. But you have to be quick and Order C’elle Now! This offer expires soon!
If I don’t do this for anyone else, I’ll do it for my son. And if you’re still skeptic, why don’t you check out this testimonial from a woman who’s used C’elle?
Campus opens back up in about an hour, after they closed it down for the rest of last night because of the freezing cold weather and icy roads. I’m glad to know that I won’t be missing any of my classes due to the bad weather, but you never know. Had this happened today, I would probably have been in my Government class when they’d chosen to close the campus and let everyone go home at the time that this happened yesterday, but we’re supposed to be receiving warmer weather here within the next couple of days… or so the weatherman says, anyway. I know how those things tend to go, but we’ll see.
Jason has also given me what seems to be a minor cold, but I’m okay! Aside from the occasional sneeze, of course. I don’t want to take anything for it because I don’t want to be tired and wanting to sleep during my lectures…
To be honest, I don’t know if I could ever afford the level of Luxury Kitchen Design that I’d like to have when I have my own house. Even when it comes to playing The Sims 2, I’m really picky about how I make my Sim-houses. But the pictures on this website look really nice, and they do serve as some inspiration when it comes to looking for something that’s affordable and nice-looking too!