Enjoy YOUR Slice of Life!
Enjoy this eclectic collection of videos that will educate, entertain and lift your spirit!
Over two years ago, Vernon Johnson was diagnosed with prostate cancer that metastasized to his bones. He took his therapy into his own hands and researched natural treatments. He created his own treatment protocol by mixing sodium bicarbonate with molasses in water. The pH level of our internal fluids affects every cell in our body. Chronic over-acidity corrodes body tissue, and if left unchecked will interrupt all cellular activities and functions. In other words, over-acidity interferes with life itself. Over-acidity is at the root of cancer and many diseases. Cancer cannot survive in an alkaline body.
Learn more at http://www.PHKillsCancer.com.. Also read Sodium Bicarbonate - Rich Man's Poor Man's Cancer Treatment (IMVA Books) by Mark Allan Sircus Ac. OMD available at Amazon.com.
The Napa Valley Wine Train hosts a Murder Mystery play centering on the clandestine world of the gumshoe. Come prepared to mix and mingle, dress the part, or just get down to business and solve a murder amid elegance, gourmet food and wine on The Napa Valley Wine Train. Learn more at http://winetrain.com/events/murder-mystery.
On the list of Top Ten Crafts by U.S. household participation, cake decorating comes in third (14%). Scrapbooking/memory crafts (17%) and crocheting (16%) come in first and second. According to the Craft & Hobby Association, industry-wide sales of cake decorating supplies grew 103% in 2009, the largest craft segment increase. Wilton Enterprises held its first decorating class in 1929. In 1975, a curriculum, was created for local craft and specialty stores nationwide, making The Wilton Method a more accessible and attracting more than four million students. That program, now recently refreshed and offered in retail stores, has resulted in a 47% increase in enrollment during the first month. For more information, visit www.wilton.com.
Nancy Siler, Vice President of Consumer Affairs and Public Relations for Wilton Enterprises and host of the popular PBS series “Bake Decorate Celebrate!” (currently in its 8th season) takes you through Wilton's history starting from its beginning in 1929 to today. For more information, visit www.wilton.com.
Watch a sample of Laura del Rosso's Visual Travel Tours walking tour to San Francisco's Ferry Building and the surrounding Embarcadero waterfront. This downloadable "do-it-yourself tour" has lots of photographs and narration that takes visitors through the farmers' market - considered one of the top in the U.S. - and along the historic sites and lovely newly-created areas on the restored Embarcadero. Click here to learn more.
Next time you crave sushi, consider this true story. Recently, a mischievous octopus stole a diver's video camera off the coast of New Zealand. What followed was a harrowing and hilarious adventure that resulted in some incredible video. Local NZ diver Victor Huang was shooting video with his new underwater camera, when suddenly, an octopus reaches out and after a tug of war wrestles Huang's brand new $700 underwater camera away from him. While most of us would swim the other way, Huang chased the octopus and manages to recapture his camera all while it was still recording. Click to read full story at Y!Buzz.
Ever wondered about how much work goes into making 25 beautiful full-scale gardens indoors? This time-lapse video shows you the incredible amount of soil, sweat and plants needed to create the gardens at the West Coast’s two major flower shows every year – the Northwest Flower & Garden Show at the Washington State Convention Center and the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show at the San Mateo Event Center. 12 frantic days of activity (5 of move-in, 5 show days and 2 of move-out) are compressed into 7 ½ minutes.
Another reason to lose weight in 2010?
"British female rider Gillian Cooke found out why lycra can be a bad idea when her behind was exposed during a race.
The bobsleigh rider bent over a bit too far before the championship race in St Moritz, Switzerland, ripping her costume and showing off her black g-string (also known as a thong).
Scottish-born Cooke was caught on video with her team mate Nicola Minichielle just seconds before jumping into the bobsleigh.
Despite the embarrassing moment, the girls still managed to finish seventh in the race." Sources: Video - YouTube.com Story - metro.co.uk
Evian. Live Young! Their slogan says it all! Evian is one of the world's leading producers of natural mineral water. The current wisdom is to consume at least eight glasses of water a day. Perhaps by drinking Evian's naturally pure and mineral-balanced water from deep in the heart of the French Alps, we can all live a youthful and curious life like Benjamin Button. Learn the behind-the-scenes of these roller baby tricks.
In Little Shop of Horrors, an exotic "Venus Flytrap" type of plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood grows into a giant, ill-tempered, foul-mouthed, singing carnivore. In exchange for satisfying its enormous appetite, it offers its keeper fame and fortune. The plant creature finally reveals itself to be an alien life form poised for global domination.
The real Venus Flytrap, Dionaea muscipula, is a carnivorous plant that catches and digests animal prey—mostly insects and arachnids.
Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii is the home to two of the most active volcanoes in the world: Mauna Loa and Kīlauea. The Puʻu ʻŌʻō (roughly pronounced as "poo-oo oh-oh") vent in the eastern zone of Kilauea has been erupting with a continuous lava flow since January 3, 1983. Kilauea is also the most visited active volcano by tourists on the planet who on occasion can walk right up to a lava flow and witness the awesome power of Mother Nature first-hand.
Pele the Goddess of Volcanoes Pronounced "Pay-lay" in English, Pele is the goddess of fire, lightning, dance, violence and volcanoes. In Hawaiian mythology, her home is believed to be the fire pit of Halema'uma'u crater at the summit of the caldera of Kilauea. Legend says that eruptions take place whenever the goddess is angry. Click here to watch Stories of Hawaii.