I thought I'd try my hand at one of those large bows I've been seeing around blogland. What do you think? Does it work? I think I like it and might add a couple of decorative stick pins in the center of the bow.
Now, I want to announce the winner of my giveaway! ****Brenda!!**** Thank you so much for giving to help ME/CFS research move forward. Every little bit helps.
There are three big reasons I believe in supporting the Whittemore-Peterson Institute.
1. It was founded by the parents of a young woman who has had ME/CFS since she was 12, so they have a vested interest in producing real results.
2. It is affiliated with and is located at the University of Nevada's medical school campus at Reno.
3. WPI is producing stunning results, beginning with their paper published in the prestigious Science journal, revealing their findings of XMRV (xenotropic murine leukemia-related virus retrovirus) in 67% of chronic fatigue syndrome patients.
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