Thursday, June 4, 2009
Since, I practice driving now, I also spend time knowing the different parts of a vehicle and where to get it. The only part of a vehicle that I am good in memorizing is the power steering rack. Well it is very noticeable you will always see it whenever you are driving. But also I get curious to where I could find a dealer for the different part that I need just in case some parts of my vehicle break down. I found carsteering.com. They have the huge selection of the different parts of a vehicle. That's great and I don't need to run around because I can order it online. Check it out!
SALEM, Ore. – A series of powerful and dangerous thunderstorms began roaring through western Oregon Thursday afternoon, prompting multiple warnings from the National Weather Service. A rare Tornado warning was issued briefly for parts of Marion County. In a rare move, the Rose Festival announced the closure of the Waterfront Village for the remainder of the evening. East of Salem, Highway 22 was delayed at Mill City due to multiple trees down along the highway. In Stayton, the Fire Department reported isolated trees and power lines down. In Albany, a KGW viewer captured a photo of lightning strikes over the city. ODOT reported trees down on Hwy 213 near Silverton. The right lane of I-5 NB was blocked by a downed tree at MP 268 was between Woodburn and Salem. KGW Chief Meteorologist Matt Zaffino said the storms were coming off the Cascades foothills and developing very rapidly. The storm was also causing power outages across western Oregon. At 5 p.m., PGE estimated that about 18,000 customers were without power Zaffino said the storms were developing at nearly 30,000 feet -- making an intense combination of wind, hail, rain and lightning. An intense line of radar activity could be seen from the Oregon Coast, through Albany and across the Cascade Range. The threat of thunderstorms was expected to last through about 9 p.m. A 14-year-old La Pine boy was in fair condition in a Portland hospital Thursday after he was struck by lightning on Wednesday outside a high school gymnasium in LaPine in Central Oregon. More than 5,000 lightning strikes were recorded across the state on Wednesday.
Just a thought if there's best places to be a nurse. Probably there is because best nurses won't exist if they are not a product of best schools. I salute every nurse I met because of their dedication. I was hospitalized several time and nurses has done an excellent job to keep me well. I wonder why I didn't take this profession but being a nurse is such a tough job. You have to be very attentive to your patient and know what you are doing because it is a matter of life and death of your patient. For me, nurses are the guardian angel of a certain patient because they always look over you and attend to your need all the time. They are like heroes that are always ready there for you and are always ready to help you and assist you whenever you need something. They are brilliant and very supportive. If you are interested on this profession. Make a thorough research. You can check any in style scrubs website to help you know more about this profession. Or if you are already on this profession and wanted to exercise it, you can check some interview tips for nursesto help you prepared anytime they call you for further details about you. Follow your calling now and make the best out of it.
It has been raining today so we didn't do much yard work but tomorrow and Saturday will be a busy day for us because we will be having a garage for the church. It's a fund raising garage sale for our church building. Hopefully we will do good for this 2 days sale and hopefully we can collect money for our church building. With God's help, we believe that everything will be great.