Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Time to really think about Christmas!!

Walmart.com - basis - a free sample
Talking Dirty with the Queen of Clean and Talking Dirty Laundry with the Queen of Clean
The Queen of Clean Conquers Clutter
How Clean Is Your House?: Hundreds of Handy Tips to Make Your Home Sparkle - These books about cleaning and decluttering will help you get ready to host that holiday party!!! Some are even priced low enough to be considered an order filler to get to the free shipping amount!!!
Pfaltzgraff Winterberry Etched and Hand Painted Round Serve Bowl - only $19.99
Pfaltzgraff Winterberry Etched and Hand Painted Pitcher - only $24.13
Pfaltzgraff Winterberry Sculpted Pitcher - $29.99. These Pfaltzgraff pieces make wonderful gifts! We give a piece to several people each year to help them build a collection of beautiful holiday dishes. They also make a great hostess gift.
Ragged Old Flag - and The Wiggles - Wiggly Wiggly Christmas might be on my gift giving list this year!
Philips OnSite Defibrillator with Slim Carrying Case AED - and for the person on your list who has everything!
Prague Wool Pea Coat - this will keep you warm for $59.99, now that it is getting cooler outside

1 comment:

AEDhub99 said...

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Statistics give us more and more pieces of information that are bound to worry us, to make us react and change something if we can. More and more people and in earlier and earlier stages of their life die of a heart disease. Statistics, only in the US, are extremely alarming:
- Every 30 seconds someone dies because of a heart disease;
- More than 2.500 Americans die daily because of heart diseases;
- Every 20 seconds there is a person dying from a heart attack;
- Each year 6 million people are hospitalized because of a heart disease;
- The number 1 killer is a heart disease.
Although AEDs are not a universal panacea for all heart diseases, nothing else can compete to its major feature, that of actually re-starting the heart after it has been stopped by a sudden cardiac arrest. Under these circumstances is it necessary to ask you why anyone in this world, any family, in any home would hope for having such a device in their first aid locker?

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Regards,

Michael

 
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