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    Lovely Lime Green and black Vertical column earrings. 

    These are beaded in the square stitch which 

    is a technique of weaving by picking up two

    beads and weaving through the bead in a.

    square pattern. Very light weight and eye catching.

    The earring wires are handmade 20 gauge

    gold filled wire,

    You can purchase this piece for 

    $35.00 Order here













    This lovely addtion to your wardrobe is 26" long

    and 2" around with an open and airy feel.

    The Dutch spiral stitch makes it springy and slinky.

    The Dutch Spiral Stitch is woven with black bugle long

    beads and size 6 lime beads.

    The end cones are gold filled with a gold filled lobster clasp.

    Wear it with a Purple or Blue outfit.

    Snap this peice up for $90.00 Order here















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    A Boho ring is a special addition to your accessories.

    You will be Trendy wearing a Boho ring.

    Commanche and Ndebele stitches create this easy to wear ring.You will love the compliments you get when wearing your Boho ring.

    Red Sunset round Swaroski crystal 6mm, Rows of seed beads ,Mat yellow size 8,dark orange size 8,opaque yellow green size 6,galvanized gold size 11, and autumn mix mat finish, size 11 seed beads for the band.

    A special price of  $30.00 Size is 6

    Buy Now! 

     Order here



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  • Check out my Alfredo dishes. Shrimp and chicken . It is so yummy, you will want more.We also have bread pudding for dessert. Try it, I guarantee you will love it.
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    Life Insurance you don't have to die to use
    Tax Free Retirement, Life time income
    Upside Potential, No Downside Risk
    College Funding Plan, Key Persons Plan


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  • Your Traveling Chef

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  • Your Traveling Chef - Famous Wraps

    These are my signature wraps. I have different types of wraps. I serve juicy chicken wraps, banging turkey wraps, delicious fish wraps, shrimp wraps and what ever the sauce is served for that day. Wraps include lettuce and tomatoe, cucumber,red onion and mayo.

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  • This is a delicious fruit and veggie salad.The cucumbers are surrounded bystrawberries,red onions.blueberries and lettuce. Such a great tasting salad.This is a salad for any occasion.

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  • Your Traveling Chef

    This is a delicious fruit and veggie salad.The cucumbers are surrounded bystrawberries,red onions.blueberries and lettuce. Such a great tasting salad.This is a salad for any occasion.

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  • Chef Renee Carter's Fresh and Tasty Fruit Platter. This particular fruit platter is made of pineapples, carved honey dew melon, cantaloupe, fresh grapes and strawberries


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  • The Power of Play

    The Power of Play


    Two years ago this coming April, I conducted a free workshop. At the time, the purpose of the workshop was simply to share some ideas on creativity that I thought might be helpful to a few friends.. There was not a great deal of forethought to this adventure but there was an overwhelming urgency.

    The outcome, to say the least, was spectacular and it changed my life forever.

    No, that is not stretching the fact. In that workshop I discovered the awesome power of creativity and the power of play in transforming the lives of adults.

    It was then, thoughI didn’t know it, that I became the Power Play Lady of the Power Play Reconnect Blueprint.

    So, what is this entity The Power Play Reconnect Blueprint?  Very simply it is a platform and workshop to encourage people to rediscover their authentic, original and creative self through the power of play.

    Now, that sounds fairly simple and straightforward.  Grab some crayons, watercolors or clay and get busy.

    Play is more, so much more than that!

    Play can be gloriously fun but it can also be profoundly serious.

    Play has the power to release a place in ourselves and at the same time return us to ourselves, to our unique being, in a way that is awe inspiring.  Most of us disconnected from ourselves early in childhood and we never returned to that special place.

    Today, because of this disconnect, I offer a specific talk on the Power of Play titled Critical Heart Centered Play for Grownups.  It’s a talk that I provide as a community service and it is based on what I learned from the workshop that I created two years ago. In this talk I use a formula for reconnecting which I call P.A.S.S.A.G.E. Play is the first segment of this formula.

    Kathryn Hirsch-Pasek, renowned psychologist noted that when grown-ups abandon play, we abandon a vital part of ourselves. Author, Stuart Brown MD of the book Play and founder of the National Institute of Play has study the power of play in prisoners, business people, actors, artist and more. A most notable study of Dr.Brown is that of predicting criminal behavior among murderers who did not have a childhood play history. World famous physician Patch Adams understands very well the critical importance of play and its beneficial attributes.

    Moving forward with those thoughts, is it possible that one of the reasons we are seeing such an increase in divorce, domestic violence, criminal violent behavior, depression and rampant chronic dis-ease is because there is not enough real play?. Is it possible that we have become technologically astute and 'life' ignorant?

    To be play, play must be needless, spontaneous activity that has as its own reward refreshment, joy and undiluted pleasure.

    What does this look like?

    Take a moment to watch small children at play. They play not only with their physical bodies but with everything they are. They are “all in” and you know it by seeing the looks on their faces. In those moments, their entire being appears to be infused and wrapped in pure joy and pleasure.

    Would it amaze you to know that this same joyful expression is not to be limited to childhood? It doesn’t mean that we as adults act ‘childish’ but as someone reminded us it is good, even necessary that we never forget what it is to be childlike.

    So, Consider This: when was the last time you played full out? Do you have a play history of wholesome, joyful  and creative activity?   Take a moment to write down the last five times that you have engaged in serious play – a snowball fight – baking cookies with your children or grandchildren, a walk in the park when you played on the swings and remembered that feeling of exaltation powered by that self-propelled flying high feeling.

    …And if you can’t remember, maybe it’s time to make a date for FUN to rediscover the power of play for your life..


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  • Consider This!

    What is your original and authentic blueprint?

    When I was nine years old, I sat in a movie theater at the RKO Keith in White Plains, New York. The day seemed to have been a normal Saturday. We were never allowed to sleep late not even in the summer. Up at six and chores finished by eleven. Then if we passed my mother's white glove test, the reward was movie and bus fare and money for popcorn. Pure joy.

    This Saturday proved to be the one that I have remembered all of my life.

    Back in the day, Saturday matinee's belonged to the children. Theater was cloaked in glorious mystery. The heavy velvet curtains hid the screen while a softly playing organist hid behind the curtains at the far right of the stage. Children giggled, chatted and taunted and yes tossed a few kernals of popcorn but when those velvet curtains rose in the organist corner and the organ with its muscian slid from its hidden place .. all mayhem stopped.

    We were mesmerized.  Then we waited with baited breath because as happy as we were to see the organist it was really just the prelude to the main event; twenty minutes of cartoons. Then on to the movie.

    When your a child every thing appears to be larger than life. For me, it felt as if the characters in the movie had come off the screen.

    The movie was Disney's "A Light in the Forest." There was a moment when the main character, a Native American, overwhelmed the screen. It was to me, at nine years old, the most awesome shot! I was emotionally engaged and I remember jumping forward in my seat and whether I said it aloud or to myself, I don't know. But I remember saying with absolute conviction:

    "I can do that!"

    The "that" was the possibility of writing stories that translated into powerful images on film.

    I am blessed that in my life I worked for television and had the opportunity to realize that indeed, I could do "that"

    I am writing this because I was not the exception. Most children know exactly who they are and who they are meant to be from very early on.

    I proved this to myself when I had the opportunity to work at the Baltimore Convention Center for the Palm Springs Fine Arts and Antique Show during the summer of 2017.  I spent my breaks and lunch time (I was assisting one of the vendors) walking and speaking to the vendors of some of the most exquisite and amazing works. My question to each one was "When did you know that this is what you wanted to do with your life/" The answer came back again and again: "five years old, seven years old. From the first time I saw my grandmothers collection of cobalt blue glass and she allowed me to help her dust it. 

    These artisans are amazing in what they produce. Aside from the importance of age, the overriding theme is that they refused to let anyone, not even parents to dissuade them from the intrinsic knowledge of who they were.

    That's why I asked the title question. What is your blueprint? What is it that you knew about yourself from a very early age that maybe you have forgotten or you were dissuaded from pursuing.

    It happened to me. I don't doubt that it has happened to many others.

    I'd love to have your feedback - hear your story. You can reach me at or text me at 443-620-4115

    In the meantime Consider This:

    You get to a place where you begin to be guided by something greater than yourself.  You stop fighting and striving and instead, surrender to your higher purpose and be guided from there, allowing things to happen, trusting in Source, focusing on your why and letting go of the how."            Dr. Wayne W. Dyer   "The Shift: Taking Your Life from Ambition to Meaning.

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  • SoapSuds

    Welcome to the Art of the Bath and Pioneer Sister Soap Company

    Soap is a something that can be a part of your radical personal self care.

    Your skin is the largest organ of the body. Therefore it demands that you take special care in what products you use..

    Be aware of products that when you read the ingredients you cannot recognize the words.

    Soap, real soap, is a combination of natural oils and lye and another liquid, possibly water or goat milk. The process that turns this combination of ingredients into soap is called saponification.  When all ingredients are in proper proportion the lye is absorbed and disappears leaving a luxurious rich product that is a simple good product for your skin.

    .Purchasing from a  Pioneer Sister Soap Company will be an adventure in self care. Luxurious soaps imbued with essential oils and essential oils blends. Lovely in feeling, lovely in effect - fabulous in fragrance.

    Be sure to ask about our special fragrance collections. This spring we are proud to present

    The Jade Collection


    The Lotus Collection.

    Each collection includes soaps, body wash or lotion, a sugar scrub and a lovely collection of bath fizzies. The fragrances are sure to make you want to indulge in the Art of the Bath - the art of bathing in which women have indulged down through the ages from ancient Egypt to the isles of Polynesia.

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    My new Techniques in bead work. This is called Odd count Peyote.  What a fun set of colors, that would go well with a grey outfit.

    To learn more.

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  • No RELAXER or Hot-Comb Here!!!

    La Naturalle can help you achieve healthy hair with all natural ingredients that doesn't weigh down your hair or clogged up your hair follicles. It helps your hair to be soft,silky-smooth, and manageable.LaNaturalle Products motto is " Healthy Hair Is Beautiful Hair "For More Info or call 667-225-1242 ask for Karen. #SupportAsistascircleempowermentnetwork #lanaturallehair
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  • La Naturalle Products in 2016

    This year make La Naturalle Products a product you would love to have in your household. Products that are all natural and 85% Organic ingredients. Leaving your silky, soft, and manageable. Go to
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