Happy May! We are already a few days in, but so far, May has gotten off to a great start with the Kentucky Derby and Cinco de Mayo. And for all you birthday girls, your birthstone is the lovely emerald and this color looks amazing on handbags.
oncologist also called diagnostic medical sonographers or sonographers, operate equipment that utilizes sound waves to create images of the body's internal structures. Ultrasound is commonly used in obstetrics, but it can also diagnose other medical conditions. Most ultrasound technicians train through associate's degree programs, although bachelor's degree and certificate programs are also available. Employers often prefer to hire ultrasound technicians who hold professional certification, available in various specialty areas.
L MartinMay 27, 2011
Simplifying truly frees your mind and soul. We cut our income by 2/3 when I left my corporate job to stay home when our 4th child was born. All the sacrifices we've made to be able to do this have been worth it. The kids still talk about the picnics we've had (instead of stopping for fast food). Less "stuff" to take care of means more time to focus on what's important. God is good! -- while it was scary to take the plunge into His calling, He has carried us and blessed us abundantly.
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