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zpr I will be training new consultants in October... Will you be one of them? I’m looking to add 2 more business partners in September to my team. Why September? I want to help you get started before our NEW PRODUCT release in OCTOBER! The anti-aging industry is at $3.9 BILLION and growing. Everyone has skin. Everyone is aging. And R+F is the #1 Anti-Aging Skincare Brand in the US and in 2015 our sales reached $629 million in the US and Canada. Now, WE ARE GOING GLOBAL expanding to…

Watercolored Christmas Cuts Tags by Kay Miller for Papertrey Ink (October 2016)

As Barack Obama prepared to enter the final year of his presidency, he sat down for an interview with Olivier Knox to discuss a bold new policy change. He had announced a year earlier that the United States would be ending its decades-long isolation of Cuba and seeking rapprochement with the authoritarian Communists who run the island nation 90 miles from Florida. In this December 14, 2015, interview, Obama described his new approach in greater detail. The change he proposed dominated…

Maureen Merritt for Pretty Pink Posh featuring the Stitched Border 2 Die

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Stencil 012 {JOFY}

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After her husband's death, a woman with her daughter returns to her Smoky Mountain hometown, only to discover that her husband was a fraud who implicated her in his deceptions.

from The Huffington Post

How Obama's Presidency Mirrors JFK's

The very family spending hundreds of millions to disparage President Obama was the same that taunted President Kennedy, the Koch family. Only it wasn't the Tea Party then, it was the John Birch Society, goggle it. Dallas was toxic. The atmosphere was “something unrelated to conventional politics—a stridency, a disease of the spirit, a shrill, hysterical note suggestive of a deeply troubled society.” Duly observing that even the greatest presidents have been vilified in their time—Lincoln as…