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"Life is lived forward, but understood backward. It is not until we are down the road and we stand on the mountain looking back through the valley that we can appreciate the terrain God has allowed us to scale.” Jill Savage

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Some helpful Hints for Saturday






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38 comments:

Sandra said...

no wonder she had a heart attack, i was having one just watching her life. this made me sooooo happy i am old and retired and all this is a thing of the past. it is good advice to share.

Sarah (Nikki) said...

this is such a great video that captures the disease so well. Poor woman though and scary...I can relate to her some days. thanks for posting this.....every woman needs to watch it.

Denise said...

Such a cute but important video.So sweet but I'm so glad I'm not her.

Beth said...

Excellent video. She had all of the symptoms although most women do not.

Granny Annie said...

Thank you for sharing this video promoting women's heart health. When asked most women will say that breast cancer is the number one killer of women while actually Heart disease IS THE NUMBER ONE KILLER OF WOMEN. Why isn't that word spread any better than it is? Because women can's speak for the cause. They are dead. I am one of the fortunate few who received help within the first six minutes of my heart attack and my life was saved by savvy emergency personnel. Heed any and all warnings and do not let your physician dismiss your concerns.

LL Cool Joe said...

Unfortunately even though we have the internet back in our house it's so slow that I can't watch videos! Damn.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Granny Annie said...

P.S. This is for Sandra -- I was "old and retired" when I had my heart attack so don't think only young homemakers like the woman in the video need be concerned with women's heart disease.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

That was one video well worth watching. Every one should know the signs of a heart attack. My DDH died from what he thought was bad indigestion. Thanks for sharing this one today. It may save a life.

Buttercup said...

This is so important. A friend of mine had a heart attack in her mid-fifties. Her symptoms were "women's" symptoms with pain in her shoulder and arm. No previous heart issues. She got treatment quickly and is doing fine, but it's so important to be aware of symptoms. Thanks for sharing.

Gloria Hood said...

Great vid!

TexWisGirl said...

always a good reminder since women's symptoms are not the same as men's.

EM Illustrator said...

This is such a great video and a wake up call for all of us women. Work offered a heart screening the other week, went there and waiting to get to the Dr soon. It's a good thing to do I think. Great post!
Have a lovely day!

nancygrayce said...

Oh, man! That is scary......I do think we women have a tendency to say...oh, I'm o.k. don't worry! Maybe we'll all be more aware now! Thanks!

Susannah said...

Wonderful video...thanks for bringing this subject up......we all need reminders. My Dad died of a heart attack at age 41 so I try to stay aware of the symptoms.

SweetMarie said...

such important info!!! thanks for all your reminders!

Renae said...

My comp is still too weak to watch videos, so I'll have to trust it was great.

Thanks for the compliment and the nice birthday greetings.

Have a nice weekend and see you on Monday with photos from the birthday adventure to the "beautiful pond"?

Jill said...

Very powerful!

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

Just like a woman...huh? That was very well done.

thisisme said...

Wonderful video my friend, and so important for all of us women. Phew, I'm certainly glad I'm not her though!!

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Thoughtful you to put on your blog.

At first I was thinking.

She is too busy for my liking.

Then I did enjoy the last part with the Doc. Had to laugh.

She put him straight. No its here.

The actress looks like my daughter.

My daughter is a actress and for sure she could of played that role.

Have a nice weekend!

BelovedBomber said...

wow...great video. Thanks for sharing!

Ms. A said...

I remember those days, however I NEVER looked that good in the morning! (or the afternoon, or the evening)

Great reminder!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I was on the verge, long ago. Now after heart work, I'm good for now at least. Thank goodness.

Loved your past posts also...I can drive a stick too. Does that make us witches in arms then? And the woman's force of support for her man. LOL

That corgi :) said...

thanks for sharing this Sandie!! People used to think heart attacks were for "old people" but it seems younger and younger these days!

betty

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Very good video...thanks for sharing this! I'll be passing it along!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Great ad, thank you.

Soggibottom said...

Ah, a real floor and furniture and STUFF.. the woman has STUFF :-)
Called in to say thank you xxx
Enjoy your Saturday xxx

jack69 said...

Important stuff, and presented in a cute way.
Thanks.... sherry watched that with me!!

DearHelenHartman said...

Good things to know - thanks for sharing!

Catherine said...

Dear Sandie, Thank you for sharing. It is scary, women have too much pressure on their shoulders these days. Blessings dear friend. Catherine xoxo

Jhona O. said...

So important! Thank you for sharing this and I'll be passing it on!

Susan said...

Oh wow, Sandie. Very information. Scary, too. Could be any one of us, right? Yikes. Thanks for the reminder. Susan

Retired English Teacher said...

We must all take this to heart, literally!

Lynn said...

That's a wonderful video - great information we should all know.

Catherine said...

I love this commercial. It really hits home doesn't it?
xo Catherine

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

AWESOME!!
She's way too young to have a heart attach - or so we think! Thank you for reminding us---- we're all need to slow down and take care of ourselves --- listen to our bodies!! Thanks Sandie!!

Starry Dawn said...

Hi Sandie,
This is a great inspirational video with inside wisdom.
You always find something great for your followers.
You are an awesome friend, Sandie.
God bless you, dear one.
Have a great week!
All the Best,
Starry.

Dee said...

Sadly a lot of women die for not getting help soon enough.