A couple of weeks ago, we received a listener email message about the podcast. In the message, the listener said that he was glad to see a picture of me on the Internet and to know what I looked like. Curious to know what I looked like, too, I did an image (picture) search and found a few of my Googlegangers.
I found this woman who works as a community coordinator (organizer) in Canada, but sadly, I’m not Canadian.
I found these woman with Facebook pages, but sadly, I’m not active on Facebook.
Finally, after a lot of searching (looking), I spotted (found) a video of me. I’ve told people for years that I’ve started to age backwards (starting with the end and going to the beginning), much like Benjamin Button. Now, maybe they’ll believe me.
Check out my fancy moves (dance steps)! I bet you didn’t know I was this nimble (able to make quick and graceful movements). If this whole podcast thing doesn’t work out (become successful), I know I have a backup plan (something else I can do if I fail at the first thing).
Canadian Pharmacists Association
The Canadian Pharmacists Association, previously known as the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association, was founded in 1907 in Toronto, Ontario. CPhA is the national voice of Pharmacists in Canada, representing pharmacists practising in various fields of pharmacy in community, hospital, academia, government and corporate settings, plus pharmacy students. Its mission is advancing the health and well-being of Canadians through excellence in pharmacist care. In 2014 CPhA adopted a new governance and membership model, most provincial pharmacy advocacy associations (PPAs) and select national pharmacist associations (NPAs) have become Organizational Members of CPhA. Their individual pharmacist and pharmacy student members are now CPhA Associates. The CPhA Board of Directors is made up of representatives appointed by each Organizational Member. The Board of Directors is responsible for setting the broad direction of the association.
Americans importing viagra from Canadian pharmacy online, at the very least to cut down on their prescriptions, and sometimes cases even to afford life-saving drugs. But I’ve seen these bills before and FDA is always behind their failure – but what about this time?