Nov 27, 2011
We love to get pictures of what's going on in our sister sales all over the country. Here's some shots from Rhea Lana's of Frisco-McKinney. Their Back to School event was a huge hit!
Nov 23, 2011
I love Thanksgiving because I love the idea that there’s a holiday to focus on blessings in our lives. It seems like without the pressure of gifts, holiday clothes, and meeting big expectations, the day is enjoyable simply making memories with my family.
Nov 17, 2011
We've got two big holidays coming up and almost everyone is going to be contributing to their family meal. One of my favorite things we've done this year is putting together a Rhea Lana's family cookbook full of recipes from our family and friends! This cookbook has mom-approved recipes so you can put family-favorite foods on the table!
Nov 15, 2011
I LOVE this idea from 100 Days of Christmas blog! If you have more than one child or lots of cousins...this is something that might be a GREAT idea for you too!
Nov 11, 2011
Today I will spend the day thinking about my dad. I grew up an Army Brat. My dad was a career officer in the United States Army and retired as a Lt. Colonel and he is the bravest person I've ever known.
Nov 8, 2011
It really hasn't been that long ago when men ruled the business world. Women have made great strides in recent history.
Nov 5, 2011
Each Christmas toy makers and toy sellers come up with their own list of what's going to be HOT on children's Christmas wish lists! They guarantee this by millions of dollars of advertising and choice placement in the big toy stores. Which toys will make it under your tree?
We're highlighting three NEW items but we've also included links to some of the MANY lists you can check out yourself!
Oct 11, 2011
If you're a woman you need to know about BREAST CANCER. You cannot turn on tv this month or be out and about without seeing pink ribbons, shirts and even NFL players wearing bright pink accessories. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month because more than 230,000 women in the U.S.
Oct 6, 2011
I'm guessing that Steve Jobs' mother encouraged him to get out more. I'm guessing she told him reading was great, but he needed to make friends. I'm guessing she bought him books and chemistry sets and footballs for Christmas. I'm guessing, even when she thought he was a dreamer, she encouraged him and listened to his stories. I'm guessing that her son wasn't voted mostly likely to succeed, and probably wasn't on any popularity ballots. I'm guessing Steve Jobs didn't count his failures, and I'm guessing it only took a few to keep encouraging him when the failures came.
Oct 3, 2011
I copied this off a FB status...couldn't track it down anywhere else. It falls under the category of "Why didn't I think of this? I could be rich!"