Mom and Baby Died, and Revive

There are a lot of miracles that happened in this world and recently, during the Christmas eve, a mom from Colorado went into cardiac arrest during labor and died, along with her baby. But miraculously, both managed to revive.

DENVER – A Colorado woman says a Christmas miracle brought her and her newborn son back from the brink of death after her heart stopped beating during childbirth and the baby was delivered showing no signs of life.

"I got a second chance in life," Tracy Hermanstorfer said.

Hermanstorfer, 33, was being prepped for childbirth at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs Thursday morning. Her 37-year-old husband was by her side when she began to feel sleepy and lay back in her bed.

"She literally stopped breathing and her heart stopped," her husband, Mike, told The Associated Press. Pandemonium erupted as doctors and nurses tried to revive her with chest compressions and a breathing tube, but nothing worked.

"I was holding her hand when we realized she was gone," Mike Hermanstorfer said. "My entire life just rolled out."

Doctors told him, "We're going to take your son out now. We have been unable to revive her and we're going to take your son out," he recalled.

After the Cesarean section, some of the team rushed his wife to the operating room while the others attended to Coltyn. They handed him to Mike Hermanstorfer, who said the baby was "absolutely lifeless."

"My legs went out from underneath me," Hermanstorfer said. "I had everything in the world taken from me, and in an hour and a half I had everything given to me."

The doctors went to work on Coltyn as Hermanstorfer held him, and soon he began to breath.

"His life began in my hands," Hermanstorfer said. "That's a feeling like none other. Life actually began in the palm of my hands."

Read the full information and watch the video in Yahoo! News

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Merry Christmas to everyone and a prosperous New Year!

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Finding DoFollow Sites

With all of the above being said - it is rather difficult to find sites that are "DoFollow"...however, they are out there! Listed below for your convenience are running lists of multiple categories of sites that are DoFollow, and great candidates for your next backlink!

In getting links, regardless of if they're DoFollow or not, please note that Google and other search engines are rather smart these days. If you have multiple links pointing to a page from one DoFollow source, or if that source is also linking to other places that are giving you backlinks (such as your Blogspot or Wordpress account), search engines will notice and may devalue your links to the point where they become worthless. Build links naturally and over time. Provide value and they'll be quality links. Otherwise, you'll hurt your website's link building efforts in the long-run.

By the way -- when it comes to link building, only the first link pointing to a site counts. Posting more than one hyperlink on the same page to the same source won't help in any way.

These are the best dofollow sites that I choose for game related blacklinks.
I have just created this list of DOFOLLOW gaming blogs / Do Follow Games related websites.
You can get free backlinks, better SEO, better Alexa Rank and better PageRank by commenting the dofollow blogs below:


Don't Be A Spammer - Be A Value Provider!

Spamming Dofollow resources will not give you results...not only that, it hurts the entire community, and it persuades Dofollow providers to convert their sites to Nofollow. Be sure that all of your link-building exploits are done so tastefully and honestly. If you don't cram keywords and give an honest account of what your site is about, search engines will reward you for it!
Just write relevant comments and they will surely be approved in a few hours;)

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15 Ideas for Sweet and Simple Gifts For Neighbors

The more holiday cheer we can spread, the better, especially in our own neighborhoods.

Here are some ideas for simple, sweet, inexpensive gifts that are just right.

1. Holiday Cookies. Carve out a day to spend with your favorite ladies, and bake away. Pool your recipes and divvy up the goodies into gift bags or decorative plastic gift trays at the end of the day.

2. Have a stack of classic chocolates on hand. My kids' school has a fundraiser in September so we can buy just such incidental gifts, along with gift wrap. If you don't have such a fundraiser in your neighborhood, you might think about starting one. ( handles ours.) If you are just looking for some yummy chocolates to stock up on, Ferrero Rocher is a big favorite, and these chocolates can be purchased inexpensively in beautiful holiday arrangements at most discount stores. It's nice to have a stack of extra gifts like these in the cabinet during the holidays, when you never know when you'll need an extra gift.

3. A bottle of your favorite (and relatively inexpensive) wine.

4. A journal and a nice pen. It's nice to have a special place to record their favorite personal thoughts of family memories.

5. Homemade crafts. If you're a scrapbooker, make a mini holiday album. If you love to sew, fashion some new placemats or potholders. And if you are not craft inclined, shop for neighborhood gifts at your local holiday craft fair. These are great for finding inexpensive holiday gifts that are often just sentimental enough.

6. Favorite fixin's. Combine the dry ingredients of your favorite sugar cookie recipe in a plastic bag and slide it into an inexpensive Christmas stocking. Print the baking ingredients on a festive tag, and use a pretty ribbon to tie it to the stocking, along with a holiday cookie cutter.

7. Fresh flowers. A simple bouquet of flowers, artfully arranged, is always welcome, especially when it arrives with a heartfelt note. Potted plants are wonderful, too.

8. Wreaths or poinsettias. There's always room for more holiday greenery.

9. Gift certificates for your local favorite coffee house, café, or soup restaurant.

10. Movie tickets (and if the family has young children, throw in an offer to babysit, too.)

11. An assortment of candles in festive shades and aromas, or an aromatherapy diffuser and essential oils. Scents of peppermint and cinnamon are especially lovely this time of year.

12. A personalized ornament for the neighbor's holiday tree.

13. Simple photo albums or photo frames that match your neighbor's décor.

14. An inspiring book of quotes or meditations.

15. A simple note telling each neighbor what they bring to your life and how much you value their friendship.

Article Source: EzineArticles

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Countdown to Christmas

No one really waits 'til the first week of December to start planning for Christmas. It takes weeks to plan decorations, make wreaths and garlands, collect gifts, and get in the holiday spirit.

  • Organize Your Gift Wrap Headquarters
    Whether you wrap your gift purchases as you buy them or save everything to do at once, the job will be easier if you get everything organized. You'll find helpful tips in our article on Gift Wrapping Tips. Get all your gift wrapping supplies in one place with a large wrapping surface available. Include paper, tissue, ribbon, raffia, tags, tape, scissors, and double face tape.
  • Make Your Christmas Card List
    If your days are really busy, writing Christmas cards might seem like a chore. But if you get organized ahead of time, it won't be so difficult. Once you've bought your Christmas cards, take time to address the envelopes, add the stamp, and your return address. Then each day for the next couple of weeks, sign or write notes on several cards. Before you know it, you'll have everyone done. Be sure to keep a few extras on hand for people you might have forgotten.
  • Fill Your Freezer With Goodies
    Start baking cookies, breads, main dishes, and desserts and store them carefully in the freezer. Then during the busy days around Christmas, you'll have meals for family and friends.
  • Gifts for the Disadvantaged
    You'll have plenty of specific gifts to buy for family and friends. So now is a good time to think of others who are less fortunate. Purchase some toys and gifts for "Toys for Tots" or the Salvation Army. Be sure to include your children in this special giving. You'll be setting a good example for years to come. Read some of our Shopping Strategies to avoid the busiest times to shop and get good bargains.
  • Plan Your Parties
    If you're planning to entertain two different circles of friends, say those from work and those from church, plan the parties on two consecutive days. You'll only have to clean house once, cook once, choose your clothes once, polish the silver once, make one centerpiece. You'll save lots of time and frustration, doing all the preparation at one time.
  • Start Basic Holiday Decorating
    It's not too early to start to decorate your home. Start with a fresh pine wreath for the front door. Put candles everywhere. Tie seasonal bows all around. Lay a fire in the fireplace. Turn on some traditional Christmas music. Get out the holiday dishes.

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