Second Chance to Live and Video Presentations on You Tube
Posted by Second Chance to Live on August 29, 2012
Hello Family and Friends of Second Chance to Live
I am happy to have you as part of this group. Welcome to the new members of the group. You are always welcome both here and on Second Chance to Live. I am delighted to have each one of you in the Second Chance to Live Group.
For the new members and for those who may not know, I have a Site Map for my You Tube Video Presentations on Second Chance to Live. In my Site Map I have a list of my current 86 video presentations as uploaded to You Tube.
To access my Site Map for my You Tube Video Presentations, please click on the following link Site Map to my You Tube Video Presentations. Thank you.
By clicking on the link to my Site Map for my You Tube Video Presentations you will see a list of the titles of my video presentations. To watch each video presentation, simply click on the title of that presentation and the presentation will open for you on You Tube.
As you watch the video presentation (s) and questions come to mind, please write those questions down and send those questions to me. All questions are good questions. I look forward to hearing from you my friend.
I will say so long for now.
Have a great day.
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