It is going to be another busy week. Last week I traveled to pick up daughter #3 from school. It was a fast turnaround and it all went like clockwork thanks to an organized daughter and her wonderful boyfriend. BTW, I rented a Jeep Compass and I really like that car. It was a perfect little SUV. This week daughter #1 is graduating and we have family in town. The following week I travel again to pick up daughter #2. This weekend I actually had to grocery shop! My husband and I are busy and have not been home much and our refrigerator kind of looked like a college student’s with very weird things in it. Let’s just say I threw out some containers that I am not sure what the contents were. It has actually been quite liberating not to have a fully stocked fridge.
The year of 2015 is the year of the goat and/or sheep. Goat/sheep, how can it be both? It seems rather impossible to confuse the two right?
China’s coming lunar new year has stirred a debate over which zodiac creature is the correct one, but Chinese folklorists dismiss the fixation on animals as missing the point.
Here is an important groundbreaking fact about opals, they are the birthstone of October babies! Are you an October baby?
Opal is a mesmerizing gemstone, it is easy to become lost in the complex play of color of each unique stone. Each opal varies widely in appearance and quality. Each opal is as diverse as a snowflake or a fingerprint.
Sizzling red hot ruby!!! Could there be any better gemstone for a July birthday?
Rubies arouse the senses, stir the imagination, and are said to guarantee health, wisdom, wealth and success in love. It is harder than any natural gemstone except diamond, which means a ruby is a perfect stone for everyday wear.
I have always been a fan of the cuff bracelet, especially a pair of cuff bracelets. It’s a bold look and one that comes and goes out of fashion. I have also always been a…
Goodbye Year of the Snake, hello Year of the Horse, according to the 2014 Chinese zodiac which officially starts on January 31st. In truth 2014, is actually the Year of the Wood Horse. Going further with the Chinese symbolism, wood is related to a tree and a tree is green, so it is also called Year of the Green Horse. Go figure!