The main problem with fashion and the magazines that worship it is this: what is “in style” isn’t necessarily your style. What looks fantastic on a model is more than likely wrong for your figure. Because every women has a unique body trap, and fashion is such a personal form of expression, it’s useless to recommend a certain style as…

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My mom and I recently took Mother’s Day pictures at one of our local garden centers. It was a great surprise to her, when I told her what we were doing and she immediately thought about matching outfits. She went with a flowy dress and I went with a classic midi skirt. Though it is matching material, I think the combination made…

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    Source: A Mother’s Day Letter to My Late Mom As I’m writing this Mothers Days blog post about my mother and I, and our journey through cancer, an email popped up from a blog I follow. I could not help but tap on the link and began to read. My prayer for today is, for people who come…

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Since my last recent trip to the Cancer Treatment Center, I have been laying low and making the most out of the upcoming holidays with my family. When you don’t really get an A+ report dealing with cancer, it really puts life in perspective and makes you thankful for the time God gives you. Every. Second. Of. It. That is why…

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I haven’t been blogging as much this month but it is all due to good reasons. I’ll get into that a little later, as for now I need some much needed time away and what better place to regain your thoughts then walking on the beach hearing the waves crash into one another. Now our Louisiana beaches are not the…

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I think we all have that one item from high school, we just can’t get rid of. For me, I have 3 very large trunks full of “memory lane” stuff, but what is the funniest thing ever is, I still after all these years, am using my old Jr. High Cheerleading bag to travel back and forth from Georgia in.…

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