Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

I want to wish every one a very Merry
Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

I hope each of you are able to spend at
least some if not all of the holidays with
you families and or friends.

I wish and pray for each of you a Christmas
with wonderful memories, and great times
with the ones your love.

I pray the new year brings you good health,
many blessings and new beginnings in every
direction whether it be with family, friends,
new job or same job, new love or same love!

I pray God wraps his loving arms around you
and keeps you and yours safe and blesses you.

I pray if you are by yourself this holiday season
that you will remember you are loved by some
one out here. You might not know them yet but
you will so please do not give up! (But never for-
get that God/Jesus is always there for you and
loves you deeply and fiercely!)

I pray for our troops/military in all corners of the
world, that God will keep them safe and bless each
of them and their families, that he will wrap his 
loving arms around them.

I wish I could tell each of them in person THANK
YOU FOR THE JOB that they're doing in KEEP
EACH OF US BACK HERE SAFE AND F-R-E-E!

GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU,
and please don't forget LORD JESUS IS THE
REASON FOR THE SEASON!!!!!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

No Time In Today's World

There is just no time in today's world for
anything much less to think, feel, or remember
about how things/world use to be, what seems
to be like so many eons ago now. (Actually so
many centuries ago now/key word being SEEMS)

I just had a couple of minutes to my self here and
I did something I haven't had a chance to do in a
while and that was to go back and check in on
some of the other blogs I have been trying to
follow since I have started all of this blogging stuff.

The 1st one I ck'd on was "More Than Anyone 
Wants To Hear." I have noticed that there had not 
been any updating to this blog in atleast 6 months
and so I went back to last entry to see what was
going on and I am truly praying that this lady that 
had cancer has been cured or in remission atleast,
because it has been 6 months since there has been
any writing on her blog at all.

There are comments still being left here and there hoping
she is doing well, but I think she has stopped all together
because she is either out of the woods finally or hopefully
cured...are as much as one can be cured of cancer.

The 2nd blog I ck'd on is "Circling My Head." It has been
3 months since I have seen anything written on her blog
either so I went back to see what has been happening
and her mother had cancer, her aunt has cancer and her
aunt's son had gotten cancer and now he has died, her
mother has died and now the aunt isn't doing so well
and having a great deal of trouble.

The comments keep coming in on her blog also. From
what I have gather this lady and her lovely mother did
blogging to and everyone got to know the aunt from
their blogging, especially from the mother's blog.

These lovely ladies...all three of these ladies were and
are special people. They have several that follow to see
what is going on and how every one is doing.  This family 
really has been through some hard times and it isn't over
yet because the aunt as I said is going through it now with
cancer she had gotten.

My heart goes out to all of these ladies in both blogs! Each
one is a VERY SPECIAL LADY  in my books! And when
you read what they are going through and how hard it is 
and has been it most definitely give you an jolt back to 
reality, you aren't the only one going through rough, 
bad or hard times no matter what they are!

There is always some one that has it as bad or in most
cases worse than you do, and every once in a while we
need to be jolted back or to be woken up to that fact.
I know I do anyway.

I have lupus and I deal with it on a daily bases, but I
also have my parents to take care of. My mother is in a
nursing home and I am up there almost 24/7 with her
and my dad lives next door to me. I take care of his
house and mine, I do my best to take care of him and 
her myself. I also try to work but that is getting in-
creasingly harder and harder to do.

We do what we can, how we can, when we can and
hope for the best. Of course it goes without saying
that with out the GOOD LORD helping me I wouldn't
be able to do half the things I am able to do! I know
I have been blessed and will continue to be blessed
with the Lord. But that doesn't mean that there are
not times that I don't lose it...I do, I scream, cry and
when I don't catch my self I curse. My temper and
my patience have at times gotten the best of me, but
thank goodness no one was really around to see what
an awful mess it was, I was! (Well maybe a couple of
times but I do my best to have those little episodes
when I am ALONE!)

I am learning that I am not SUPER WOMAN, and
that I AM NOT A ROCK! These are very hard
lessons for me to learn.

No time in today's world for anything, it's hurry up
and do this, or do that, not enough hours in a 24 hr.
day any more. What are we doing to are selves?
What have we done to our selves?
We think the harder we work, the more we'll have
and be able to do...this is just not right! We do not
have more, aren't able to do more, when it comes
right down to it we are doing nothing but killing our
selves in a bigger hurry.

Heart attacks, cancers, high blood pressure, stress,
migraine headaches and so much more are all on the
higher end of the rector scale now more than ever!
They say we are living longer, we might be but look
at the state of health we are living longer in!

What kind of sense does this make? Is it just me?

Thursday, December 9, 2010

This is Johnny Reid...

He is my new favorite singer, and this song
below is BEAUTIFUL, truly it is! I went
ahead and put it here so you could hear it.
I do believe everyone that listens to it will
feel the same way.
You can go to YouTube to hear the rest
he has playing right now on there and he
does have some very pretty songs.
His website is JohnnyReid.com
Check him out!

Johnny Reid - Thank You

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

My Products

I wanted to show off my new products
I started in July of this year. I am very
proud of my products and if anyone
would like to order any or all of them
you can go to my website at
www.lastinglooksbyleslye.com
and go to the order page.


I am also selling RevitaLash and
RevitaLash Mascara in Black
and Brown Colors.
These products are very good,
I use them both and the girls at
the salon/spa use the mascaras also.
The clients that have purchased these
product are very happy with the.


I will be adding my Bath Salts
Product in the future, although it
will be after the January 2011.


So check back from time to time
to see what is new and what else
might be going on along with the
health news bulletins from time to
to time and more info on what is
going on with my business.

My New Products

                                                          

 

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balance, firmness, and vitality
to the skin. Fragrance free
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BODY SCRUB

Natural Exfoliation
With Corn Cob &
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Monday, December 6, 2010

When to STOP DRIVING?????????

 10 Signs That It's Time To Give Up the Keys

Deciding when an older adult is no longer
fit to drive is a challenging issue with no
clear answer. When it comes to dementia,
the decision can be especially tricky. A
recent study in the journal Neurology
found that as many as 76 percent of people
with mild dementia are still able to pass an
on-road test and drive appropriately. Yet
virtually all dementia sufferers will have
to stop driving eventually, as the disease
worsens and memory, spatial orientation,
and cognitive function decrease over time.
Earlier this year, the American Academy
of Neurology released new guidelines to help
determine when people with Alzheimer's
disease or other forms of dementia should
stop driving.

Caregivers are frequently the first line of
defense when it comes to reporting unsafe
driving in a person with dementia, and doctors
should listen to what they have to say, according
to the American Academy of Neurology’s report.
“Caregivers are often proven correct when they
report dangerous driving,” says Peter Rabins,
M.D., M.P.H., director of the division of
geriatric psychiatry at Johns Hopkins and a
Health After 50 board member. “They are more
likely than the patient to give a realistic assess-
ment of the patient’s driving abilities.”
But the most reliable measure of a dementia
sufferer’s driving ability is a driving test. If a
doctor has doubts about a patient’s fitness to
drive, he or she may refer the patient for an
on-road driving test, according to Dr. Rabins.
Some states actually mandate behind-the-wheel
road tests by the Department of Motor Vehicles
for older drivers to renew their licenses, while
other states allow occupational therapists trained
to assess driving ability to evaluate patients.
States also differ in physician requirements for
reporting a driver who is too impaired by
dementia to drive.

Often, enforcing a decision that a person with
dementia is unfit to drive comes down to the
patient’s family or caregiver. Dementia patients
may forget they were told not to drive or not agree
with the assessment that they are unfit to drive.
It’s a very difficult topic to approach, but beginning
discussions about driving with the person early on,
reducing the need to drive, and arranging alternative
transportation can help make for a smoother transition
to life after driving.
How can you tell if a driver with dementia may no
longer have the skills needed behind the wheel? If
someone shows one or more of the signs below, it’s
time to have a serious conversation with the driver
and his or her doctor:
• Stops in traffic for no reason or ignores traffic signs
• Fails to signal or signals inappropriately
• Drifts into other lanes of traffic or drives on the wrong
   side of the street

• Becomes lost on a familiar route
• Parks inappropriately
• Has difficulty seeing pedestrians or other vehicles
• Has difficulty making turns or changing lanes
• Gets drowsy or falls asleep while driving
• Lacks good judgment
• Has minor accidents or near misses

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