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Childhood memories are vivid, almost indescribable in their detail, and impossible to forget. A Christmas memory I have is that of a black velvet dress  a family friend gave to me for my seventh Christmas.
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Powerful Women: Running Countries and Dominating Your Fall TV

Submitted by on August 21, 2009 – 5:00 amNo Comment
At No. 1, for the fourth consecutive year, is German Chancellor Angela Merkel. No. 11 is Cristina Fernandez, president of Argentina, No. 22, Michelle Bachelet, president of Chile and at No. 45 is Ana Patricia Botin, a Spanish banker.
Number 42: Queen Elizabeth. Under occupation it simply says: Queen.
That gave your editor a delicious chuckle…and then she announced to her own small empire that she is simply Queen too. Or Reina. Either one.In

ana-patricia-botin-forbes.comInteresting and inspiring is the Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women, a great collection of women who run countries, companies and know how to Tweet too.

At No. 1, for the fourth consecutive year, is German Chancellor Angela Merkel. No. 11 is Cristina Fernandez, president of Argentina: No. 22, Michelle Bachelet, president of Chile: and at No. 45 is Ana Patricia Botin, a Spanish banker, pictured left.

Number 42 is Queen Elizabeth. Under her occupation it simply says: “Queen.” That gave your editor a delicious chuckle…and then she announced to her own small empire that she is simply “Queen” too. Or “Reina.” Either one.

MySanAntonio.com has put together a list of Latino actors who will shine from your TV sets this fall.
sara-paxtonOf course, we know Eva Longoria Parker and Charlie Sheen, but check out the slide show for some new and interesting actors like Sara Paxon in The Beautiful Life and Yasmin Deliz in Cougar Town with Courteney Cox.
And oh hey, yay Eddie Cibrian. Just yay.
By the way, is your el buzz editor the only one who didn’t know Lost’s awesome Sonya Walger is half Argentinian and she speaks great Spanish?
A third item for the Mamis and future Mamis. A story of hope in Cookie Magazine, with the subtitle:  Some good news: You have to work pretty darn hard to screw up your kids, a leading expert now says.

How is that for a Viva Viernes?

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