Simplifying

Change Begins With an Open Heart
August 4, 2014 |

Change Begins With an Open Heart

We all resist change to some degree. I lost my sweet dog Abbey a year ago. I resisted starting all over with a new dog for quite some time. Abbey had been with me for so long and we knew each other’s routines and habits pretty well. Near the end of her life she needed […]

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Six Choices to Simplify Your Life
October 18, 2013 |

Six Choices to Simplify Your Life

Simplifying sounds simple.  However,  I have been on a simplifying journey for a number of years now. My thoughts on what a simplified life is, constantly evolves and changes. Organizing your thoughts and taking some time to jot down what your goals are in the near future, will help you head in a direction that […]

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Moving Stuff On Moves You On
October 18, 2013 |

Moving Stuff On Moves You On

How much stuff from the past do you have around you?  Do these items reflect your passions today? Lives change when decisions are made about what is relevant now. All matter has an energy. A project never completed, books not read or keepsakes not necessary to remember good times. How does this energy effect saying […]

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Decorating

We have cabinets!
December 14, 2013 |

We have cabinets!

We finally are getting cabinets installed! They are natural, unstained maple, with a really tough polyurethane finish. Hand made right here in the neighborhood by Wood Gems. I just had to share the progress with you! They should be mostly installed over the next couple of days.   I know “finally” might sound funny, since […]

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So much progress in just six days!
December 12, 2013 |

So much progress in just six days!

It’s only been six work days since they started, and look how far we’ve come! Carlos finished with tape and bed on all the walls, got going on the floor repairs, and got everything for the cabinet installation to start tomorrow! Earlier this week, I spent around three hours picking out the color of the […]

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Kitchen remodel – week 2
December 10, 2013 |

Kitchen remodel – week 2

  By the end of the first day of the second week, they have completed all the demolition, and got most of the new drywall installed and taped-and-bedded (if that’s how you say it). The bottoms of the walls are not drywalled yet because the electrician still needs access. The electricians ran most of the […]

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Holidays

The Flag that Does Not Fly
July 3, 2014 |

The Flag that Does Not Fly

After the 9/11 attacks of 2001, the Bodger Seed Company planted this huge American flag in Lompoc, California. The floral flag is 740 feet long and 390 feet wide. It maintains the proper flag dimensions described in executive order #10834. The flag maintains an area of 6.65 acres and is the very first floral flag […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day from Asking Women!
January 31, 2014 |

Happy Valentine’s Day from Asking Women!

Valentine’s Day is observed in many countries around the world. It began as St Valentine Day to celebrate a saint named Valentinus. The day was associated with romantic love in the High Middle Ages. In 18th century England, it evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, […]

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Miles and Miles of Christmas 2014
January 22, 2014 |

Miles and Miles of Christmas 2014

Years ago, Asleep as the Wheel sang “Miles and Miles of Texas.” Well, last week Mary and I walked miles and miles of the Dallas World Trade Center.  There is not much that hasn’t been done for Christmas, but there are always new twists.  As for colors, gold is coming back to the forefront.  And […]

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Beauty

Did You Know?
March 31, 2014 |

Did You Know?

DID YOU KNOW? By waxing more frequently… Hair grows back softer, finer, more sparse and eases out with less pain. Waxing every 4 weeks equal silky, smooth, beautiful skin!

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Pevonia Power Repair Age-Defying Marine Collagen Cream
February 28, 2014 |

Pevonia Power Repair Age-Defying Marine Collagen Cream

The first signs of aging visibly reflects on your skin. Expression lines, wrinkles,loss of elasticity, and uneven skin texture. Marine Collagen has Hyaluronic Acid, and Microemulsified Vitamins to prevent and visibly repair lines and wrinkles. Infuse moisture, plump fine lines and protect against UV damage. PRIMARY BENEFITS Prevent and smooth fine lines and wrinkles, replenish and nourish, slow […]

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Easy, no-nonsense skincare tips
November 7, 2013 |

Easy, no-nonsense skincare tips

  Don’t have time for intensive skin care? Pamper yourself with the basics.  Good skin care and healthy lifestyle choices can help delay the natural aging process. Try some easy no nonsense tips: 1. Protect yourself from the sun. use sunscreen, SPF 30 ~broad-spectrum avoid sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. wear a hat, […]

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Asking Women

Notes from Lynne
February 19, 2014 |

Notes from Lynne

The last few months we have had holidays where we tend to spend extra money. I am sure that a lot of us are now trying to reduce spending and stay in budget. There are times I really enjoy using coupons for shopping and eating. It is interesting to clip coupons and see how much […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day from Asking Women!
January 31, 2014 |

Happy Valentine’s Day from Asking Women!

Valentine’s Day is observed in many countries around the world. It began as St Valentine Day to celebrate a saint named Valentinus. The day was associated with romantic love in the High Middle Ages. In 18th century England, it evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, […]

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Note from Lynne
September 24, 2013 |

Note from Lynne

I am very excited about my new business, ASKINGWOMEN. Over the years, I have worked for small companies, large companies, and owned my own businesses. Two of the most rewarding jobs were working for the government where I helped people. At this time of my life, I will be busy socializing and helping women with […]

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Other Recent Posts

The Tail of the Kitty!

The Tail of the Kitty!

June 23, 2014 |

There once was a nun in Wisconsin.  Her doctor suggested to lower blood pressure, she ought to adopt a kitty.  On a trip down to the Animal Shelter, she found Elvira and re-named her Miss Kitty. Miss Kitty and the nun moved to Dallas to be close to family but the heart is not what […]

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A Dream of History!

A Dream of History!

March 13, 2014 |

My mom (now 87) has always dreamed of staying in a French Château.  So… we made a dream come true!  We started off in Biarritz, a seaside resort down on the Atlantic in SW France.  Once we had our sea-legs under us, we grabbed a car, and had a week with no pre-planning.  We just […]

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March is National Nutrition Month!

March is National Nutrition Month!

March 6, 2014 |

Going Green! Tuesday, March 18, 2014 6:45 p.m. registration;  7-8 p.m. meeting Learn how a diet rich in green can support a healthy digestive system. The digestive system provides your body with a foundation for true health. If you’re not healthy in the gut, the probability of health issues throughout your body increases. Free to attend. […]

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