Former Home Business Failure Finally Brings Home The Money Due To The Support of the Fargo Team. Kathy Nilsson credits her success to Fargo Team Leaders Chad Nilsson (her son), Cait Stanley, Shawn Gray, Ericka Wilcox, and Jason Jordan. You can learn more about the Fargo Team Home Business at http://www.FargoTeamOnline.com
Millionaire Marketers, Kathy Paquette & Dexter Barringer had a great time learning more about health & business at this event. Footage is conference room, Body Balance on conver belt for shipping and Gerri's Diner. 800-920-7410
Meet Buckie's new friend, Buddy. 2 very cute wild baby quails who's mommy past away. Subscribe today and see them grow up! Watch them eat crickets and hunt for furture release back into the wild. - Millionaire Marketer Kathy Paquette
David & Kathy 1st dance at the wedding party.
Think nothing can help? So did Kathie.
Kathi Burns from http://www.addspacetoyourlife.com/ interviews people on the street and ask them what is mucking up their life. In this clip the interviewee talks about the need to organize her baggage.
Professional organizer Kathi Burns visits NBC channel 7.To talk about organizing for the holidays.
Kathy Nilsson explains what Vivix, Shaklee's cellular anti-aging tonic has done for her. Besides improving circulation in her legs, it is 1. slowing free radical damage, 2. Repairing DNA, 3. Increasing Mitocondria, and 4, reducing protein sludge.
Season Greetings from Kathy and Sparky the Jack Russel Terrier.
Professional organizer Kathi Burns from http://www.addspacetoyourlife.com/ talks about organizing for holiday traditions.
Organizing One Suitcase For Holiday Travel with Kathi Burns, CPO and Author http://www.addspacetoyourlife.com/ Fox News 12.11.08
Kathy Griffin on CNN "KNOCK THE D**CKS OUTA YOUR MOUTH" NEW YEARS 09 Kathy Griffin CNN New Years Foul Language on Live TV!
A direct translation for women to know precisely what men are hearing while watching the Today show with Kathy Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.
My aunt Kathy is singing (wrong lyrics of course) and dancing to "Womanizer" by Britney Spears off Britney's new album,Circus. I filmed this on my new,red,awesome, Kodak Easyshare camera. And if you ask me why I'm typing so much,it's because the video is taking forever to load! Anyway I hope you think this is as hilarious as I do.
Well pcee out I'll uplaod more vids laterrr!
Kathi Thayambaka : http://www.neelaearth.com
Thayambaka is an orchestra of the native Chenda (drum). The rousing rhythm of this traditional orchestra is a singular feature of many temple festivals and rituals in Kerala. An interesting innovation in playing this percussion music was introduced by Sri.K.R. Parameswara Marar, popularly known as Keezhparambasan. The maestro uses a knife (Kathi) - as fine as a surgeon's - instead of a mallet to create music. Hence the term Kathi thayambaka.
The video shows the Asan at his meticulous best. Maintaining a perfect balance of strike - not too hard so as not to break the extremely thin leather head of the drum, and not too light so as to strike a note. It is a pleasure to watch the revered old man weave magic with his hands moving in perfect synchronisation.
Kathi Vesham : http://www.neelaearth.com
The internationally famous Kathakali, which combines features of ballet, opera, mime, masque and pantomime, is the best-known art form of Kerala. This form of dance-drama traditionally presented in temple precincts from dusk to dawn during festivals, demands ten to twelve years of training and regular practice. The theme or Aattakatha (literally dance-story) of the piece shown here is based on an incident from the Mahabharata, the slaying of the demon Keechaka by Bhima when he tried to molest Shairandhri or Panchali. Here the male character is portraying a Kathi vesham. Vesham means make up. In Kathakali, the vesham, which is of five types, represents five kinds of characters. The Kathi vesham (Kathi means knife) is to represent villainous male characters. The other four veshams are Pacha (green) for noble characters, Thadi (beard) and Kari (black) for lower classes, and Minukku (which means prettying up) for women, sages, Brahmins and so on.