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Jan 9, 2014
Well, we’ve been in the new year for almost 10 days.  I’m been mulling over my hopes and goals and I’m ready to put them in print!  How about you,  friends, are you pressing toward  a few goals for 2014?  I hope so!  It’s so important that we aren’t complacent and we keep pressing on to be more than we’ve been before.   Here are mine:
Jan 8, 2014
This is part 2 about the affordable NYC trip taken by our corporate staff...
Day 2
Jan 1, 2014

Each year has its share of highs and lows, victories and challenges.  The challenging times stretch us and keep us pressing on toward being more than we’ve been before.  I appreciate those times in my life, but I’m especially excited to focus on my favorite memories of 2013!
Dec 16, 2013
Love this idea Melissa, owner of Rhea Lana's of El Dorado, does each year with her 3 boys.
Dec 1, 2013
It's that time of year again! Climb up to the attic, pull out the boxes, clear off the mantle and hang up the Christmas wreath! There's something magical about the glitter and bows, the change in mood that Christmas tree lights bring, and especially the memories that our children's handmade ornaments bring to our mind.
Nov 8, 2013
"Thank you" is completely inadequate to express how we should feel toward those who have served in our military to keep our country great. According to the statistic takers, there are around 12. 1 million veterans in the United States. 1.6 million of these veterans are women.
Oct 18, 2013
October is a busy month with Rhea Lana events in 10 states! One of our new franchises has had such a GREAT beginning to their event in Bossier City, Louisiana!
Oct 16, 2013




Oct 8, 2013
I LOVE Chocolate Chip Cookies! This recipe from Cooking Light promises all the taste for only 88 calories a cookie! They say they'll stay in an airtight container for a week, but cookies have never lasted that long in my house. You can also put them in the freezer for cookie emergencies. ENJOY!
Ingredients:
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour (about 10 ounces)
Oct 1, 2013
Last week my mom and dad sat in a doctor’s office (the kind with a desk and chairs) and she was diagnosed with breast cancer. After a mammogram, they called her for a second look, and the doctor saw a dark spot that he wanted to see closer. After a needle biopsy he used the c-word and said they needed to do an MRI to see how much there was and how far it had gone. Our lives shifted on this day.