November is the month we take time to reflect upon the things for which we are most thankful. Here are just a few of the things I am thankful for:
I’m thankful that ‘40 is the new 20’, because I turn 24 this month. Please forward
Frequently Asked Questions
THE WATCH EDITION
Q: Can I wear the same watch year round?
A: Yes and No. Think of your watch as you would yourself: you can keep the same face, but change the bands. This also is the opportune moment to showcase your personal style.
The stage is set for festive gatherings and your dining room table is the star. Discover just how bright the table can shine with a revolving cast of brilliant details. Striking poinsettia china poses pretty on black chargers with tree-shaped napkin folds. Fresh cut boxwood form a wreath
Preferred stylist for Miss Virginia USA, Sherri Jessee, shares tricks of the trade to creating a beautiful look for gorgeous Gracyn Blackmore, Miss Virginia USA 2016.
1. Begin with a clean, moisturized face. Tweeze any stray brows. Correct and enhance brow shape using shadow in True Taupe.
2. Cover the entire eyelid with a light shadow
As far back as I can remember I have always been a maker. One of my earliest childhood memories is of drawing on a giant piece of fabric on the kitchen floor. The entirety of the memory is fuzzy, but the action is so clear. To be given
Jimmy Bunn came from humble beginnings in Eastern North Carolina. The second child of David and Dixie, the family moved around a lot farming other people’s land. “We didn’t have much, but we had more than some. We always had what we needed; my parents made sure of that.”
WWII Veteran of the U.S. Navy
In the Spring of 1941, Dave graduated from Tennessee High and decided to work for Glenn L Martin Aircraft, located in Baltimore, Maryland. It did not take long for him to decide that college was a better option and he enrolled at
HONOR. COURAGE. COMMITMENT.
This is the best of who we are. As Marines, it’s more than that. It’s a life style: the very ethos of the Corps itself. Like the Marines that came before him, these words weren’t just a motto for Staff Sergeant Jack Blevins either.
It was a chilly night in early May of 1945, just after American troops received knowledge that World War II was ending in Europe. After the news arrived, Lawrence Shoemaker and 73 members of his company decided to leave their camp in Czechoslovakia a night early, not wanting to
If you were watching the local news at all on Friday October 9, you saw news accounts of the Honor Flight leaving and returning. You probably didn’t think much about what was going on, but I’m going to try and explain how important these flights are.
The youngest of