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What’s Up for Summer Nails? For Nails?

by Audrey Russo Don’t forget those beautiful nails this Summer… The Length – the look is more cropped and practical…it works better when clicking on the cell phone or blackberry keypad. The experts say the shape is “a ‘squoval’: a square with a little oval shaping at the top.” The test to see if you’ve got…

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I Was Sad Until I Met a Man with Joy

  “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity, an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” – Winston Churchill I know you’ve heard the old saying, “I had no shoes and complained, until I met a man who had no feet.” The power of these words to shift us out of discouragement, self-pity or just plain…

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Friends Make Us Healthy and Vice Versa

“The results are in: The healthiest people in the world are the ones who need other people…and…the ones who put effort and energy into relationships.” These are the opening words in the book, “People Need People – the Importance of Relationships to Health and Wellness” by Brent Q. Hafen and Kathryn J. Frandsen. It’s a…

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Of the Year: Phyllis Schlafly

  Phyllis Schlafly   Heroine: a woman having the qualities of a hero; a woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities; the central female figure in an event or period. Personal Note from Sharon: I was so glad I was able to attend a Memorial program for Phyllis on October 1st put together by…

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For Your Fall & Winter Skin & Autumn Fashion

by Audrey Russo, Actress, Singer, Radio Host As much as we love the Fall & Winter, the fact is that the cold dry air steals the moisture from your skin. And your body skin is just as important as your facial skin, so…here’s an easy, natural homemade body scrub that will help you keep all…

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Back to School Compassion: Pencil Case Kits

Our theme is “Back to School” month on the Show, but also as an outreach: There are countless numbers of parents in the United States as well as in developing countries struggling to provide basic shelter, food, and clothing for their children. They are often unable to purchase the required and needed supplies for their…

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September 2016: Anne Sullivan

    Ann Sullivan Heroine: a woman having the qualities of a hero; a woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities; the central female figure in an event or period.   At a young age Anne Sullivan developed effective ways of teaching blind and deaf students, and is especially known as the teacher of Helen Keller. …

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Why Christians Should Vote Including You

“Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible.” -George Washington ** Silence never speaks — and God gave you a voice ** Did you know? That the majority of Christians simply don’t vote?…

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August 2016: Abigail Smith Adams

    Abigail Smith Adams Heroine: a woman having the qualities of a hero; a woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities; the central female figure in an event or period.   Abigail Smith Adams was the wife of John Adams, President of the United States. Born in Massachusetts to William Smith and Elizabeth Quincy in…

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July 2016: Harriet Tubman

  Harriet Tubman Heroine: a woman having the qualities of a hero; a woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities; the central female figure in an event or period.

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