Thursday, November 8, 2012

Rodan and Fields Anti-Age Bonus

Hi Guys!

You may, or may not, know I am an independent consultant for Rodan and Fields. That's right!! The geniuses behind Proactiv have come up with an anti-aging line and it's AWESOME!! I am here today to talk to you about our anti-aging line. Our company is so awesome that with an order of $185 or more in our product lines, you will receive this little hot commodity.
Words do not describe how my face feels when I use this product. AH-MAZING!
We do not only have products for anti-aging, but for acne-prone, sensitive, and sun damaged as well. 
How could this timing be more perfect, than at the holidays??! What better gift to give, than the gift of flawless skin.
Please either email me, or go to either of my websites, here and here and let me know how I can take care of you or a loved one and their skin. I am offering an additional customer reward from Nov.-Dec if you become a preferred customer, in addition to what you ALREADY receive for being a PC!
So what are you waiting for? Get on the horn. Tell your family and friends about this AH-MAZING offer!
be blessed!

NaBloPoMo November 2012


Wednesday, November 7, 2012


I passed my final with HRBlock today.

It's not as easy as you may think. Only 4 out of the whole classes passed. Incredible. I was 1 of 22. I just want to thank the Lord for watching over me.

That's all for today. I'm whipped after the elections and the final.

Here's to hoping the interview goes well!

be blessed!

NaBloPoMo November 2012


Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Change for Charlie

Hi Friends!

I have some info to share with you. And I'm counting on those of you, especially at home in the HILLS area, to come out and show your support for my sister-in-law's {Hollie} family and a little gentleman named Charlie.

Charlie is the son of Ethan and Heidi (Christianson) Grover. Charlie is an awesome little boy that was diagnosed with an EXTREMELY rare lung disease called neuroendocrine hyperplasia of infancy (NEHI). The staff at Early Foundations, Inc and Skyline Engineering are hosting a benefit/fundraiser, "Change for Charlie", that will include a kids fair theme and silent auction. They will have fire trucks, clowns, face painting, jump castles, food, live music, pony rides, and more! They will have forest green 'Change for Charlie' t-shirts on sale for $15, now. Don't wait until the day of. I wouldn't want you to miss out!  ALSO... the first 150 kids that come will get a free ICEE coupon from Common Cents! (Who doesn't like ICEEs?!)  

They are inviting friends, family, neighbors, and the community to come and support Charlie! And YOU guys are awesome, so I know that we can count on you to come support this awesome little guy!

This event will be held on November 18, 2012 between 1-6pm MST. It will be located at Early Foundations, Inc @ 1123 Kansas City St, Rapid City SD 57701. This is also where donations can be sent! You can make a check out to Charlie, himself!!

If you have something that you would like to donate, {come on my talented friends!!}, for the silent auction, please leave a comment with your email address and I will get back to you.

Here is a little something that our family is working on for 'Change for Charlie'.
They are Christmas Tree Ornaments. All the ones for Charlie will have a "C" on the tummy of the Owl, so you remember why you are donating. These will be at the benefit. I will take orders for donations of these up til the day of the benefit.

Friends.... I know that we can make a difference for this little boy! Please come out and show your support!

be blessed,


NaBloPoMo November 2012

Monday, November 5, 2012

Coconator {this one is for kellie and dan}

While we lived in Hawaii, there wouldn't be a trip up to the North Shore without stopping at at Haleiwa for some coffee. There is a little shop there called the Coffee Gallery. It's in a little strip mall that is full of fantastic shops that include some jewelry, glass blowing, and framed art, to just name a few. They roast coffee there, as well, which reminded me of  my favorite hometown coffee shop, the Sturgis Coffee Company. And boy, oh boy, did it relieve some of the home-sickness I was feeling those first couple months.

Anyway, this coffee shop, the Coffee Gallery, had a coffee concoction that I grew to love. It was called the Coconator. The flavor left my mouth wanting more, which is why I returned nearly every day. And this is why this post is for {kellie and dan}.

{kellie and dan} went to Hawaii two? years ago, and I asked them to please go to the coffee shop in Haleiwa and get a Coconator for me. And they did just that. Nearly. Every. Single. Day. And when they got home they purchased an expresso espresso machine to figure out how to make it. While they got their recipe to be exact... I continued to hear about it... f.o.r.e.v.e.r.  About how it is costing, and calories they are consuming because "I" got them hooked on the Coconator.

Well, girlfriend, I have found an answer to your prayers. NOT only will it alleviate your calorie intake, you will love it, just the same. AND it is a little easier on the pocketbook.

With this whole clean eating, I have been trying things that are new. I don't like soy milk that well... because let's be honest. It tastes like {$h!t}. But as I was looking at my options, I came across Pure Coconut Milk from Silk. I am prepared to take the blame on this puppy, if you get hooked.

I add 1/4 cup {20 cals} with two tbs of chocolate syrup {100 cals}, and 1 tbs of French vanilla creamer {30 cals} to my coffee, which varies between Kona and Sturgis Coffee.

So there you go, my friend. No more blaming me for your addiction that is high calorie. ;o)

I hope you enjoy! 

be blessed!

NaBloPoMo November 2012

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Ornamental Weekend

Hey Folks!

Did you remember the time change? What a GREAT blessing it was to be able to sleep in a little longer! I feel so rejuvenated!

This weekend I worked on getting the upstairs a little more situated as I went through boxes, condensed, put away, and threw away. It feels great to be a little more closer to being done.

After I felt I had accomplished enough for the weekend, I started working on additional Christmas Ornaments for our ornament exchange.

What do you think? They are the first ones I've done, so they will get better as I go along. I also am waiting for red felt, but it might be next weekend when I can get it.

What did you do this weekend?

be blessed


NaBloPoMo November 2012