Thursday, 27 September 2012

Workout Wednesday - Kangen Water

Workout Wednesday - Kangen Water

Watch this news report and if you feel inspired to get a machine .... message me!  Change your water and change your life!  

Sunday, 23 September 2012

Wedding Day

I have been in the US now for one month.  Since that time I have been to Lackawaxen Pennsylvania to visit with my sister, and had a great time. My sister, her husband, her son and I have also been to Chicago, Illinois for my son's wedding...what a most grand affair it was, he was married on September 16, 2012.  
April and Ramal Moreland 
September 16, 2012

I had a spectacular time at the wedding, I danced down the Soul Train Line, it was such fun...I love to dance.  My son and I had the traditional mom and son dance.

Mother and Son

I am thankful to God for my wonderful son.  He has a great smile, he was truly enjoying himself as I was.  May his life be blessed as mine is by his presence in it.  Now my family has grown to include a daughter in law and when they are ready a grandchild.  I have also been blessed with additional in-laws to visit in Chicago.  

I have been to New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. It was my first time going to Chicago.  I was impressed with the city, it was clean and the people friendly and courteous.  

Chicago Skyline with Lake Michigan in foreground 

My brother-in-law and nephew drove to Chicago on Friday,  September 14th, and we had a great time going across the states.  On the drive back, Monday, September 17th, my brother-in-law drove back all by himself....what a great talent for driving he has.   He of course was well rested!  Family is our wealth, take time to be more loving to each member in your family.  Also extend our family to include people we meet!

Thank you all, it was truly a grand and spectacular weekend we had.  May God continue to bless us all as we live our lives in love!   

With much happiness and unconditional love
Angela Carmen Sanchez 

Monday, 10 September 2012

The Tenth of September

The Tenth of September has so many meanings for me.  First it is my mother's birthday, she would have been 90 years young!  Happy Birthday mother.  I love you always and forever.  It is also Belize's St. Georges Caye Day when it was known as British Honduras, a colony of Great Britain.  It is a National Holiday in Belize!  Hip Hip Hurrah!  Very emotional for me as I remember my mother!

Belize You Born Deh - Lord Rhaburn Combo

Sept. 10 St. Georges Caye Day, National Day
A colourful parade throughout town with an all day fair at Central Park. Live local music on the beach. On September 10, 1798, at St. George's Caye Belize, the British buccaneers (Slaves, Baymen and British soldiers) fought with the Spaniards over the territory of Belize and won. This small caye, 9 miles North-East of Belize City, is steeped in history and was once the home of buccaneers and pirates. Between 1650 and 1784 it was the first capital of the British settlement. The island's greatest moment of glory came on 10th September 1798 at the Battle of St. George's Caye.

On this day the Baymen of Belize prepared to defend their tiny settlement against a Spanish invasion of 32 ships carrying 2,000 troops and 500 seamen. The Baymen's modest fleet consisted of one sloop - HMS Merlin - with approximately 117 sailors and troops on board, two sloops with 25 men each and seven gun flats with 16 men each. The decisive battle was going to take place in the waters around St. George's Caye.

At the sound of the first gunfire about 200 colonial troops and Baymen, who had been left to guard the mainland, could not be restrained from going to the aid of the Merlin. Fishing smacks, dories, pitpans and anything else that could float set off with whatever arms could be mustered.

Incredibly, on that memorable day - heavily outnumbered and against all the odds - the Baymen achieved a decisive victory. Black men and white men fought courageously side by side, miraculously without the loss of a single life! The Spanish were not quite so fortunate and many of the dead are buried on nearby Caye Chappel. This was the last attempt made by the Spanish to oust the British from Belize.

The tradition of celebrating this victory is still carried on today, and each year a week long calendars of events ranging from religious services to carnivals are held.

Around the country similar official ceremonies and parades take place. Carnivals, sporting activities, fire engine parade, and pop concerts held several days prior to this event.

The mood in the City and District Towns is upbeat as a throngs of Belizeans from home and abroad, as well as visitors flock the country to participate in the celebrations. On the morning of September 10th, Belizeans and friends of Belize parade through the streets and enjoy local dishes, spirits, and music. The upbeat feeling and festivities continue until September 21st, Independence Day in Belize.
Above article from Belize Public & Bank Holidays Web Site

The Tenth Day of September words and music by B. F. Abeling
It was the 10th day of September In ninety-eight Anno Domini
when our fore-fathers won the
glorious fight at Old St. George’s Caye
Then hail them – cheer them.
Let our grateful loyal hearts not fail them,
as we march and sing and shout in merry glee
The Battle of St. George’s Caye.
Hip! Hip! Hurrah. Hip! Hip! Hurrah.

Always and forever Happy Birthday Mother and Happy Tenth of September to Belize!

Hip Hip Hurrah!   Tenth Day Carnival in Belize.

Pictures and September Song courtesy of the San Pedro Sun! 

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Blue Moon

Remember the old saying "Once in a Blue Moon".   August 2012 had two full moons, when this happens it is called A Blue Moon.  This occurs not very often. The next blue Moon will be in July of 2015!

August has been a very busy month for me. The last time I sat down to write was the 12th of August.  That is the birthday of my dearly departed brother Edgar,  I am honouring him because every time I look at that date I remember how much we love each other and we must always remember our loved ones, here and there.

August 11th made eight months since my mom ascended.  She and my brother are so loved, I honour the beautiful souls that you are.  So much emotion writing this blog. I know that they are well but how we miss seeing our love ones in the physical.  Radiating love to all of you.  

As I said August has been a very busy month for me.  I have travelled to New York, where I am now is in Brooklyn.  I have been introduced to Kangen Water by Tanya Marble.  This water is different because 1. It is Anti oxidant which means anti aging, 2. It is micro-cluster water meaning it penetrates the cells, 3. It is alkaline.  Dr. Otto Warburg a Nobel Prize winner stated that cancer lives in an acid environment, therefore we want to be alkaline in our cells.   It has a wonderful sweet taste. I felt a difference when I tasted it. For more information you can message me on FB or go to Using Kangen Water® for Greener Living! :: Columbia, MD • 301-257-2187 • Tanya Marble    

Last night was the second full moon in August 31, the Blue Moon!  The Blue Moon sends us Divine Energy so we can get ready for the ending of this most auspicious year.  

Today is September 1st and for me September is also a very busy month!  This is the month of my mother's birth and my son's wedding.