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EP 1 Blog:
We need a symbol.  One that embodies our feelings about our personal honory and nobility.
Link Targets a Specific Frame
--1st Podcast--
3/19/06
Reference Materials
www.metmuseum.org (for information on Egyptian amulets and pictures.)
http://library.thingques.org/27661/obcs/amuz.htm (for more amulet history)
The book, "An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Traditional Symbols" by J.C. Cooper
The book, "The Illustrated Guide To Crystals" by Judy Hall
The book, "Making Beautiful Hemp and Bead Jewelry" by Mickey Baskett
There is a nice bead and supply selection at: www.firemountaingems.com
The book, "Making Designer Bead and Wire Jewelry" by Tammy Powley

3/18/06
Hey folks, when you go to buy supplies there are different sizes of everything.  Wires can be stainless steel, silver, gold, etc.  Stainless steel is the most cost-effective and I usually buy a fine or medium size because they generally fit any bead hole.  The crimps are best to get a medium or large size since you are doubling up the wire when you add the clamp.

EP 2 Blog:
3/2/06

This regimen can be easily modified and customized but as is should get you moving in the right direction. Be sure to start with at least a five-minute aerobic warm-up before your routine.

Olympian: Three times through the circuit, fitting in a run or some fartlek training (i.e., high-intensity speed work) between stations, 60 to 75 minutes total. Three to four times a week on nonconsecutive days.

Weekend Warrior: Two times through the circuit, jogging or running between stations, 45 to 60 minutes total. Three times a week on nonconsecutive days. Your goal: to become an Olympian.

Penitent Sloth: Perform one set of eight to 15 repetitions of each exercise, walking or jogging between stations over a 1.5- to 2-mile course in 30 to 45 minutes total. Schedule two to three workouts a week on nonconsecutive days. Objective: achieve Weekend Warrior status.


3/1/06