Re-Introduction, from Alaska

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by screamingeagle, May 12, 2006.

  1. screamingeagle

    screamingeagle New Member

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    Hello Everyone:
    I've haven't been on SF in quite a long time, it definitely looks good. I just finished my human anatomy class, I managed to get an "A" in it. The part on the reproductive system was absolutely fascinating!

    Take Care,
    Robert AKA screamingeagle
     
  2. Ryan

    Ryan Gold Member

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    Congrats on your A and passing. What are you studying for?

    Glad you enjoy the new changes. :)
     
  3. Rose

    Rose Resident Sexy Grandma
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    GEEZ! SCREAMINGEAGLE!! We were wondering whatever happened to you!

    Don't stay away so long! [​IMG]
     
  4. Thorn

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    [MOUSE]WELCOME BACK

    ScreamingEagle!
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    Great to see that you are still with us SE! :) The place has changed for the better, hasn't it. Hope you stick around and add some great input and insite like you used to.

    Thorn :toast
     
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    I'm planning on taking a home study course on foot reflexology, which has lots of human anatomy as part of the course. My goal is to become nationally certified as a foot reflexologist.

    You may ask "What is reflexology"?

    Here's a quote "Reflexology is the physical act of applying pressure to the feet with specific thumb, finger and hand techniques which do not use oil, lotion or cream. The application of this pressure is assessed on the basis of ten longitudinal zones and areas reiterated on the feet in the body's image linking foot to body, with a premise that such work effects a physiological change in the body...Barbara and Kevin Kunz, Reflexions, Nov-Dec 1983."

    Thank You, Ryan, Rose, and Thorn for the big welcome. It feels good to be back. -- Screamingeagle