My fiance Darlene sings the Stuck on Band Aid jingle with friends in an $8000 travel money competition. Darlene has a display of her art up at Taste of Edmonton in Churchill Square and Sunday afternoon when it got slow, got together with friends (From left to right, Denise, (herself in the middle), Bernadette and Phil Alain in the back. Phil is the founder of “Night of Artists” and Mural Mosaic. The Band Aid sound booth is traveling around the country recording people for it’s new commercial (I guess).
Darlene doesn’t sing. She has a great voice, but she’s deathly afraid of singing in public. Last week she did some Karaoke with friends at a local club here but this time she really stretched herself by doing it on video. I’m so proud of her.
Why is this here on a weight loss blog, well, because she’s my fiance and because I simply could not get this video to play on my other website. So here it is for your commenting pleasure. As well, Band Aid’s marketing “Canada’s Stuck on Band Aid” is donating $1 to KidSport Canada for every video you upload to them. So, you enter to win a chance at $8000 and help kids at the same time.
If you’re downtown Edmonton for this next week taking in the Taste of Edmonton festival, be sure to check out Darlene’s art and do your own video for the new Band Aid Jingle.
There are a few times in my life that I consider “… next to God experiences” and when I found out about oats and began eating them, this was one of those times. I had been vegetarian for a few months at least, maybe a year, eating nothing but raw veggies, salads, fruit and fruit juices. I took a course on “whole foods” and learned about Steel Cut Oats. I began eating them and everything just “straightened out” in my life. Blood sugar was more balanced, I became even more regular and I began to put on some muscle. I began with… Continue reading