Natural Detox with Baltic Amber and Turquoise

Baltic Amber and Turquoise A Prescription Drug Alternative for Toxic Substances Sore throat, runny nose, itchy eyes, and the endless coughing... Let's face it; we all hate getting sick and aim to avoid it at all possible costs --especially during flu season. Many people are subconsciously accustomed to constantly washing their hands, avoiding contact with those... Continue Reading →

St. Valentine’s Day

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/writing-challenge-valentine/#more-68832 Weekly Writing Challenge: My Funny Valentine? by Ben Huberman on February 10, 2014 What does St. Valentine's Day mean to me? It means romance; a romantic candle-light dinner for two, some new slinky lingerie, a dozen roses, new jewelry, a box of chocolates, and, of course, sex. I think St. Valentine's Day can mean... Continue Reading →

October Ancestry Challenge 2013: Ancestor #16

http://loricrane.wordpress.com/2013/09/21/october-ancestry-challenge-2013-2/ Ancestor #16 Today, I’m going to skip over to the Richey/Shirley side of my family. I want to talk about my maternal grandmother, Myrtle Shirley Richey, who passed away on this day in 1995. Myrtle Shirley was born on April 20, 1906 to Franklin Harrison Shirley and Sarah R. D. Hall Shirley. She married... Continue Reading →

Brown

Today, for Brown Day, I want to talk about the gemstone, Tigers Eye. Tigers Eye comes from a type of Quartz. It is one of the chatoyant gemstones, that includes: Malachite, Jade, Obsidian, and more. Tigers Eye is a semi-precious stone. The name, Tigers Eye, comes from the Greek term psudomorph, which means 'false form'.... Continue Reading →

Black

Today we are going to talk about the Black Onyx. Onyx is the Greek word for 'claw or fingernail'. Onyx is a variety of quartz, called chalcedony. The quartz contains a band of colors that range from white to black. During the Victorian era, the word onyx became black onyx exclusively. Black Onyx is a... Continue Reading →

Green

Today we are going to talk about the Emerald. The name Emerald comes from the Latin word, smaragdus, meaning green gem. Along with Diamonds, Rubies, and Sapphires, Emerald is considered one of the four precious stones. Emerald is a form of the hard mineral, beryl. Emeralds are mined in Columbia, Egypt, Africa, South America, and... Continue Reading →

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