Go Gold Girl Power – Dana Vollmer sets swimming world record

Here’s to some Olympic gold girl power – Dana Vollmer became the first U.S. female swimmer to strike gold in London, cruising through the field to win the 100 butterfly event, finishing in 55.98 seconds and setting a new world record for the event.

It’s Dana’s first individual Olympic gold for the 24 year old from Syracuse, NY. In 2004 she won a relay gold. Congrats Dana – go Girl Power.

Olympic Fever – Gymnast Jordyn Wieber talks Gold and One Direction

Jordyn Wieber from J-14

 

It’s Olympic fever starting tonight (NBC 8 PM EST) and while it would be cool to be in London watching, we know most of us won’t get that chance – wah-wah….so for the next best thing check out this cool interview on J-14 with Jordyn Wieber of Team USA….she talks about what’s like to be an Olympic athlete at only 17 years old, her partnership with Kelloggs and how just like the rest of us, she loves One Direction.

So check out the whole interview on J-14 here: http://www.j-14.com/2012/07/j-14-exclusive-olympic-gymnast-jordyn-wieber-talks-being-part-of-team-usa-and-one-direction.html

The Story of Cirrus Flux

Looking for a new adventure book?  The story of Cirrus Flux is an interesting mix of history and fiction.  Set in 18th century London, you get a cool view of all the different sides of life – from the rich to the poor in an orphanage. Cirrus Flux is one of those orphans who finds himself a wanted boy – but for all the wrong reasons – he has something very important and desperate people want – the Breath og God – which a mysterious substance his father discovered years ago…[ReviewAZON asin=”038573381X” display=”fullpost”]