OceanBreeze Cross-Stitch


  • Company: Dragon Dreams
  • Size: 2" x 2"
  • Fabric: 18-count ivory Aida
  • Category: Christmyth Ornaments
  • Start Date: 10.10.2003
  • Finish Date: 10.11.2003
  • Last Updated: 01.04.2010

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4 Responses to “Mermaid”

  1. Robert says:

    For me, choosing a mdeacil specialty is easy. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to work as a Dermatologist Tech prior to moving to Alaska. What an amazing field! No two cases are the same and more than one type of procedure can be performed in a day. Working for a dermatologist provides the benefits of both a private office setting and hours along with the experience of surgeries and unique treatments. Cyst removals and cancer treatments became the most interesting procedures to me and I can not wait to get back into the field!There are not many positions or specialties I would turn down when it comes to the mdeacil field. If I had to pick one, however, it would have to be gynecology. Why would this be the field I turn down? I am honestly not sure. I must be lacking the gene the would cause me to be interested in the subject! For whatever reason I would choose to work anywhere else before choosing gynecology. Specialty clinics are like sushi I guess. How do you know you don’t like it if you’ve never tried it?!

  2. Jackelin says:

    The cynic in me thinks that his speliacly chosen doctor by the bureaucracy was a bit of a set up it would be good know if a) the SS uses the same doctor to review all disability cases and b) if the doctor routinely has benefits denied to all or most. Perhaps that is what they pay him to do. From the way he totally disregarded you, it seems to me that he had already made up his mind before you walked in the door. It might be a good idea if somehow you involved your primary health team to engage with the rubber stamp doctor when it comes time for a review. So shitty we have to be humiliated and lose our dignity like this on top of everything else that’s been taken away from us. I think things are going to get even worse with upcoming elections and one party’s agenda to slash social security and medicare/medicaid entitlements and redistribute the savings into the pockets of the wealthiest.

  3. Paoo says:

    I got extremely´╗┐ seevre cystic acne from organic face stuff. Tea tree oil is good. It’s extremely drying so you shouldn’t use it more than a few days without lotion. I’ve had good luck with Neosporin + Mederma + Benzoyl peroxide + Salicylic acid spread all over. For particularly seevre parts, put Neosporin + Mederma + Benzoyl peroxide + Salicylic acid on a bandaid and leave it on over night. For a big pus pocket, try ichthammol. It sucks out the pus.

  4. Madi says:

    What to do with pimples on chin csuead by wax?Hi there,I stared getting my chin waxed recently. I have gotten it done thrice and each time lots of pimples have formed on my chin. I rarely ever have pimples on my skin and they only appear after wax Does anyone have a clue on why it happens? How can it be prevented? Can Vitamin E be used with such pimples?Help is appreciated!

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