Bio of Senator Edward Ted Kennedy

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

We all know that Senator has died not too long ago, it is very sadden for everyone who knew him and close to him. I would like to share something about Senator Ted Kennedy to remember him.

Born: 22 February 1932
Birthplace: Brookline, Massachusetts
Best Known As: U.S. senator from Massachusetts since 1962

A Democrat from Massachusetts, Edward Moore Kennedy was first elected to the United States Senate in 1962 to finish the term of his brother, John F. Kennedy. (JFK had become president in 1961.) "Teddy" was re-elected in 1964 and then again for seven additional terms. (He was reelected most recently in 2006.) He has a reputation as a hard-working liberal on issues such as education and health care, but his personal life (including past tales of drinking and womanizing) has frequently been a hot topic for gossip columnists. In 1969 Kennedy was involved in a car accident in which a young woman, Mary Jo Kopechne, drowned on Chappaquiddick Island, off the coast of Massachusetts. Kennedy was convicted of leaving the scene of an accident and his sentence was suspended. Kennedy ran for president in 1980 but was defeated for the Democratic nomination by incumbent president Jimmy Carter. Over time he became one of the Senate's elder statesmen, know for his bipartisan friendships with conservative Senator Orrin Hatch and others. Kennedy had a seizure in May of 2008, after which he began treatment for a malignant brain tumor, but remained in the Senate.

Kennedy's older brother Robert F. Kennedy also was a U.S. senator, from New York state, before his 1968 assassination... His sister Eunice Kennedy Shriver founded the Special Olympics... Kennedy was married to the former Virginia Joan Bennett from 1958 until their divorce in 1984; they had three children, Kara, Edward Jr., and Patrick... He married the former Victoria Reggie in 1992... As unlikely as it may seem, Kennedy is reportedly good friends with conservative senator Orrin Hatch of Utah.

Give Yourself an Amazing Spa Day

Pampering makes you healthy, beautiful, confident, and glowing. But with this, you don't need to shell out the big bucks. Learn how to give yourself an amazing spa day!

Wash your face. Use a gentle cleanser that is designed for your skin type, doesn't dry out your skin, and doesn't irritate your skin. Cleanse your face, then tone it. After that, moisturize with a rich, non-scented, oil-free moisturizer.
Fill up your tub with warm water (not too hot, not too cold). Add some yummy-scented, frothy bubble bath to the water. Get in with your hair up in a bun. Lay your head and rest your neck on a comfy bath pillow. Stay in for 30 minutes, then get out, dry off, and drain the water.Get in the shower. Make sure the water is hot, but not too hot. Use a refreshing body wash (Dove Go Fresh Body Wash is great). Then, scrub your body with good-smelling body scrub. Pamper your hair with shampoo, conditioner, and a hair mask. Get out and dry off.Put on a soft robe and comfortable slippers. Splash your face with warm water then pat it dry. Take out a face mask and apply. Leave it on for ten minutes and read an interesting magazine while waiting. Rinse it off and pat your face dry, then apply a pea-sized amount of moisturizer.

Fill a large bowl with warm water and add foot salt. Leave your feet in there for five minutes, then take them out and dry them. Remove any nail polish you have on your toenails. Paint them a color of your choice, then dry them. Rub on some foot cream. If you want, use a calming foot bath afterward.Rub some hand lotion on your hands. Give yourself a hand massage and stretch your fingers. Paint your fingernails a color of your choice and dry them. Push back your cuticles and cut your nails (if they need cutting). Use a hand scrub. Turn off the lights and light some good-scented, relaxing candles. Put on your pajamas. Make yourself a sundae by filling up a bowl with your favorite flavor of ice cream, then add chocolate and/or caramel syrup, nuts (optional), a couple of your favorite cookies, and maybe a fudge brownie. Grab a spoon and sit down on the couch. Put on a chick flick and relax as you watch it, eating your sundae. When it's over, turn off the TV, blow out the candles, and head up to bed. Turn a lamp on and read a book for about an hour or so. When you're done, turn off the lamp, and think happy thoughts until you go to sleep.

Always make sure the water isn't too hot or too cold.
Don't pamper yourself too often! This is a very special treat.
Always plan ahead of time. Make sure no one disturbs you by telling everyone that you will be busy, turning off your phone, and turning off your computer.If you're pregnant, consult your doctor before doing any of this. Make sure you don't use anything you're allergic too!

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