You always see bridesmaids doing choreographed dances for the groom and guests...but now the groom and the groomsmen have a done a dance for the bride featuring Destiny's Child songs, BACKSTREET BOYS songs and MORE! Love Love love this!
Two things I know for sure. Usually when something sounds too good to be true, it is. And when I see an article about designer purses on sale, I always stop to read it. I found an article this weekend about a new auction site called QuiBid where Michael Kors purses have sold for as little as $14.95. It's legit but you do have to "work for it." QuiBid is one of the fastest growing, most reliable auction sites out there. They sell everything from designer purses to iPads to TV's to gift cards. You have to make time to follow your item and they do charge you 60 cents when you bid. BUT the deals are so amazing, if you have the winning bid, you're still getting a killer deal. And who doesn't love the thrill of the hunt....for designer purses? Happy Shopping!
“When we’re busy, we agree to mutually ignore each other. Not completely, but neither of us gets mad when the other doesn’t text back or call. Life’s super busy. Obviously you know what they’re doing, and you trust them.”
Before you yell at the kiddos about how much time they are spending on video games this summer...be aware that it could make them millionaires...MAYBE!
A funny story making the rounds today, Former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater says he stayed sharp during his down time by playing video games! The new Minnesota Vikings QB says he is playing "MADDEN FOOTBALL" video games,even downloading the playbook into the game.
(Credit: AP Photo/Ann Heisenfelt)
The Yahoo sports story (READ FULL STORY HERE) says "Bridgewater tells ESPN he has imported the Vikings playbook into his game, letting him 'practice' against other teams to get a sense of how the defense will react.
"It helps because you get one more rep than you had in practice, actual practice," he said. "Any chance you get to take an extra rep or go the extra step, extra mile, it's going to be very beneficial transferring it to the field."
The habit isn't a new one for Bridgewater. He started doing this in college at Louisville, he says, using the now defunct NCAA game franchise. And the plan seems to have worked, seeing as he was drafted in the first round this year."
Two Alaskan parents were about to begin a birthday party for their infant son Wednesday when they heard a cracking noise. Seconds later, a black bear fell out of their ceiling and into the party.The family fled, but the bear was more interested in treats than people. “The bear walks over and puts its paws up on the table and starts licking his birthday cupcakes,” the boy’s mother, Alicia Bishop, said.
It's like those sci-fi movies - melding man and machine, but scientists at Ohio State University may have made that break through!
"The technology is gonna take brain activity from a tiny chip we've implanted in his brain and translate that activity to a message that muscles can understand, and then send those signals to the muscles and he's gonna be able to open and close his hand," explained Battelle engineer Chad Bouton.