About 43 million women are affected by heart disease in the United States. The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement is a campaign to bring awareness to the issue of women’s cardiovascular health and dispel the myth that heart disease is not a problem for women. The color red is symbolic for women and heart disease. It is also a symbol for the power of women investing in their own health.
I am blessed with delightful friends with whom I truly enjoy spending time. We can find a reason to gather and celebrate pretty much anything. Thankfully, the Super Bowl is coming up – a perfect time to get together and enjoy food, friends and fellowship.
I remember first learning about Kentucky History in Mrs. Warnick’s 4th grade class. She was a Civil War buff and dressed up as a pioneer woman when we discussed that period in Kentucky’s history. She and her husband would participate in different Civil War reenactments in various locations.
I remember being fascinated that a President was born in Kentucky and wondered where and what kind of town Hodgenville must be to raise such an amazing man like Abraham Lincoln.