I've been working for Massage Envy just shy of two years. Massage Envy uses Murad skin and body care products exclusively and so far, the only Murad product line I've tried is Environmental Shield. Why only one? Because it's that good. I rely on public transportation. This means that I am exposed to harsher elements… Continue reading Product Reviews: Murad Active Radiance Serum
The 2016 election is just beginning as I create the first draft of this post.The contenders are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Some States opened their polls a scant 13 minutes ago. I am not registered to vote. And I am not alone. I will not throw my unregistered voter status in the faces of… Continue reading November 9th.
Tonight's bedtime crossword puzzle contained the term "susswerzel." I was tickled enough to add it to my phone dictionary. Susswerzel. Suss is a term that means "to discover by thinking." To me it's an emotive term but I'm not 100% on why. It's something simple but my brain is tired. Wurzel is a term that… Continue reading Susswurzel….
"Ask questions, start bands, start revolutions, write novels, feed others, draw on everything, show up for people, pay attention, live your life, fight for the rights of others to live theirs, and never stop playing your favorite songs." — Automne Zingg
I just turned on the final debate. First thoughts: * Hillary's makeup artist and hairstylist are doing their job. Thumbs up folks. Eyeliner is excellent, shadow is on target and foundation appears airbrushed and diminishes smile lines. Eyeliner style does make her eyes appear smaller tho. * The Donald: His hair appears so fine at… Continue reading 2016 Presidential Debate
I finally found a continuing education class for my current Tennessee license cycle. Living Sabai will be providing Thai Table and Thai Foot courses on December 8th 2016 at The Cumberland Institute of Massage. Eve Griffin my roommate in massage school, took a Thai class not long after we graduated. Thai massage ranks securely in… Continue reading Living Sabai Nashville Thai Table Workshop
I am somewhat beside myself having found the above book by Laura Harris Hales. History has long been touted as having a "redemptive" quality. It's often the immediacy of our everyday lives that allows such a view point to flower long after we've turned out the lights at bedtime. The book A Reason for Faith,… Continue reading A Reason For Faith: History, Historiography and The Enlightenment
Over at Jason Colavito's blog, he, as usual is bemoaning the Age of Balkanization. A recent target of his may be of note to practitioners and consumers of reflexology. Colavito's target is not a teacher or continuing education provider for reflexology in the United States. I have not researched her or the father in law whom Colavito… Continue reading Oh Lawd. I do see Paris, but it seems I’ve never seen France.
I recently discovered that Nashville City Council voted to permit the entrance of a small scale "decriminalization and possession" of Marijuana measure into the committee proceedings. If like me, the inner workings of government are unknown to you my readers, do note that the "first round" yes vote has not been reported as a victory.… Continue reading Shall We Dance? Nashville City Council opens debate on small scale Marijuana
I'm waiting for The Unemployed Philosophers Guild to create Snowdon and Manning votive candles. I plan to make one of my own to take to the movie premiere. Yup, while it may have been love that gave birth to Chelsea Manning, it may also have simply been jealously. Why yes Ms. Manning, I'm broken hearted… Continue reading Snowdon….