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Covington Women's Pump Crissy

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Covington Women's Pump Crissy

$34.99$24.99 at Sears

  • Women's Dress Pump.
  • Stitched patent cross strap upper with pointed toe and ankle strap/buckle closure.
  • Complementary lined insole.
  • Flexible outsole and 2-1/2 inch wrapped heel.
  • Women's Dress Pump.
  • Stitched patent cross strap upper with pointed toe and ankle strap/buckle closure.
  • Complementary lined insole.
  • Flexible outsole and 2-1/2 inch wrapped heel.
  • Two piece strap pump

posted :
Monday, June 23, 2014 by tamilaharris

Giovanni Organic Hair Care Direct Leave-In Weightless Moisture Conditioner

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Giovanni Organic Hair Care Direct Leave-In Weightless Moisture Conditioner

$7.99 at Walgreens

I love this leave-in because it works well with my hair and twist. It is also very go for the it has many different oils like:

Sunflower Seed Oil

Well excuse me plant and fruit extract like:
Grapefruit Extract
Aloe Vero Leaf Juice, I know it's juice, that's so good...
Soybean Seed Extract
Betula Alba Extract
Mallow Extract
Achillea Millefolium Extract
Chamomilla
Rosemary Extract...and many other extract, hum...I could have sworn I more oils/ essential oil than this, but maybe I miss read it...Extract... it don't even sound right to me, but it's still a good product.

posted :
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 by tamilaharris

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Mossimo Supply Co. Kimono Dress

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Mossimo Supply Co. Junior's Kimono Dress - Assorted Colors

$18.00 by Mossimo at Target

  • Material: 62 %: Polyester, 33 %: Rayon, 5 %: Spandex
  • Neckline: V-Neck
  • Sleeve Style: Short
  • Closure Style: Pullover
  • Garment Length: Above knee
  • Care and Cleaning: Machine wash, cold, Non chlorine bleach when needed, Tumble dry, normal, low heat, Iron, low


Merona® Women's Knit Kimono Maxi Dress - Assorted Colors

$24.99 by Merona at Target

  • Package Quantity: 1
  • Knit Type: Jersey
  • Material: 95 %: Rayon, 5 %: Spandex
  • Sheerness: Opaque
  • Neckline: Deep V
  • Back Style: V
  • Sleeve Style: Short, Kimono sleeve
  • Closure Style: Pullover
  • Garment Length: Maxi
  • Hem Style: Plain hem
  • Care and Cleaning: Machine wash, cold, Non chlorine bleach when needed, Tumble dry, normal, low heat, Iron, low

I like these dresses a lot. They are very comfortable and nice to wear. You can dress them up or down...

posted :
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 by tamilaharris

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Women Wears

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J-41 Tahoe-S4 Women' Shoe

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J-41 Tahoe-S4 Women' Shoe

$89.00 by J-41 at Zappos

Functionality and style are at its best with the super comfortable and eye-catching Tahoe-S4 from J-41. Breathable mesh and synthetic leather upper. Bungee cord lacing system ensures a snug and secure fit. Jeep engineered and trail rated. Water-ready. Toe and heel bumpers. Jeep Memory Foam contoured footbed cradles and supports foot with anti-odor and quick drying properties. Non-marking rubber outsole with partially recycled materials and compass design for great traction and style. Imported. Measurements: ; Weight: 10 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size 7.5, width B - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.


J-41 Women's Tahoe S4 Water Shoe

$64.99 by J-41 at Amazon.com

The Raggada boat shoe from South Pole features a contrasting leather upper with 3 eyelet lace up design. The tongue is padded for comfort. Style Name: Raggada.

Love these shoes, very comfortable...and great walking and running shoe...

posted :
Saturday, May 10, 2014 by tamilaharris

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Women Wears

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Cucumber Song

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Giovanni Organic Body Care Cleanse Moisturizing Body Wash Cucumber Song

$11.49 at Walgreens

PureOrganic Technology This luxuriating body wash drenches skin in a light cucumber melon fragrance and contains distinctive foaming agents that lather easily to gently cleanse away the day. Contains the exclusive Giovonni PureOrganic Technology blend, an advanced essential oil complex to soothe, smooth and regenerate skin's lost moisture.

  • 100% vegetarian ingredients
  • No animal testing

Made in USA Pour into hands and rub across body to lather. Use with a washcloth, body sponge or loofah. Rinse. You skin feels silky smooth, like the flight of a butterfly. © Giovanni Cosmetics, Inc.

I love this body wash, smells so good...

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Friday, May 02, 2014 by tamilaharris

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giovonni pure organic, body care, Body Wash

Women's Mossimo® Katley Sneaker Wedges

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Women's Mossimo® Katley Sneaker Wedges - Assorted Colors

$34.99$29.74 by Mossimo at Target

  • Width: Medium
  • Construction: Tagless footbed
  • Shoe Style: Sneakers
  • Upper Material: 100 % Polyurethane
  • Outsole Material: 100 % Thermoplastic Rubber
  • Insole Material: Man made materials
  • Closure Style: Full length inseam zipper, Buckle
  • Strap Style: No strap
  • Toe Style: Round toe
  • Heel: Approximately 3.5"; Wedge heel
  • Shoe height Type: Mid top

I love these shoe a lot. They are comfortable on my feet, loving these wedge heeled sneakers...

posted :
Thursday, May 01, 2014 by tamilaharris

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Women Wears

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wedge heeled sneakers, mossimo katley, sneaker wedges, women

Women's Mad Love Leorah Chukka Bootie

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Women's Mad Love Leorah Chukka Bootie - Black

$29.99 by Mad Love at Target

  • Width: Medium
  • Construction: Cushioned insole
  • Boot Details: Decorative strap
  • Boot Style: Chukka boots
  • Boot Shaft Height: Approximately 4.5 inches
  • Boot Shaft Circumference: Approximately 10.5"
  • Outsole Material: 100 % Polyester
  • Insole Material: Latex
  • Lining Material: Polyester
  • Closure Style: Buckle
  • Toe Style: Round toe
  • Heel: Approximately 2.5"; Wedge heel
  • Care and Cleaning: Brush away surface dirt

I Just not to long got these bootie and I'm loving them...

posted :
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 by tamilaharris

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Women Wear

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Just little something...

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posted :
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 by tamilaharris

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womens wear

Top Eco Family Reunions

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via Organic Spa Magazine by Organic Spa Magazine on 1/14/13


The New Year signals a fresh start. And there's no better time to gather the clan and start planning that inter-generational family getaway that you've all been talking about. Here are our suggestions for an eco family reunion that is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
-The Editors

LIVING HISTORY
The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado
thebroadmoor.com
The Broadmoor opened in the shadow of the Colorado Rocky Mountains in 1918, on the mining fortune and wild imagination of Spencer Penrose. His goal was to create a level of luxury not yet known in the U.S. And luxury is immediately evident upon pulling into the circular drive, walking up the winding Italian marble staircase, and crossing the grand 94-year-old Western-style lobby. But so is simple and gracious comfort, as children gather around the marshmallow-roasting fire pit and dogs stroll their owners around the small lake. Even at its 744-room capacity, the 3,000-acre campus set around Cheyenne Lake with three Audubon-certified championship golf courses exudes calm and spaciousness. To slow down and to stay put are felt commands of the place. Especially when you consider that staying put includes hiking, biking, tennis, bowling (coming Spring 2013), a 350-seat movie theater and a 43,000 square foot fitness center and spa—Colorado's first Forbes 5-star facility. Spencer Penrose's eccentricities included an on-site menagerie of wild animals. Today, his legacy is housed in the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, less than two miles away. Other short excursions will land you at the depot of the Pikes Peak Cog Railway or the family-friendly spelunking adventures of Cave of the Winds. But with paddle boats, three swimming pools, horseback rides and cottage-side catered cookouts, there's plenty to do onsite. And with 18 restaurant and bar options that span classic fine dining to grab-'n'- go sandwiches, it's easy to forget to leave the grounds.
—Bill Giebler

A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT
Brasada Ranch in Bend, Oregon
brasada.com
Scenic central Oregon is paradise for outdoor-lovers, and luxury resort Brasada Ranch makes the most of its prime location with adventure activities for everyone in the family. Savvy team members from the Brasada Adventures program create memorable custom tours and off-property experiences for guests. Rock-climbing, fly-fishing, white-water rafting, star-gazing, natural history hikes, mountain-biking and bird watching are among the many options. (In winter, abundant snow makes for great skiing and other winter sports.) There's plenty for families to do within the environs of the 1,800-acre resort as well: horseback-riding, swimming, biking, fishing, tennis, golf and more. The Hideout keeps kids busy, with options from a rotating climbing wall and snow-boarding simulator to air hockey and arts and crafts programs. And, for a taste of the old West, the property hosts Cowboy Cookouts on Friday and Saturday nights in the summer for young guests. Beyond adventure, Brasada's focus extends to sustainability. The 80-cabin, eight-suite resort— with panoramic views of the high desert and distant Cascade Mountains—was the first newly constructed destination resort in the U.S. to receive a gold rating from the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). Brasada's event space was built with salvaged wood from an old lumber mill, and half of the sprawling property will always remain open space. This commitment to sustainability extends to the intimate spa at Brasada Ranch. Several treatments incorporate Angelina Organic Skincare products, which feature botanicals grown on Oregon farms. Prior to treatments, guests sip fragrant and flavorful Metolius herbal teas hand-crafted with organic ingredients in the nearby town of Bend. Adrian Carpenter, Brasada's talented executive chef, is a passionate farm-to-table practitioner and creates menus that showcase fresh local and regional ingredients prepared in innovative ways for the property's two restaurants. Salad greens come from a farm seven miles away, and eggs are laid by pasture-fed hens three miles away. The cuisine at Brasada is inventive yet always approachable—in other words, perfect for those who like a little adventure at the table, too.
— Liz Robins

HOME ON THE RANGE, FAMILY STYLE
Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort in Solvang, California
Alisal.com
Since 1946, Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort, in the jade hills of the Santa Ynez Valley wine country, has been a celebrated gathering place for the generations. Repeat guests with children and grandchildren come for scenic horseback riding, down-home hospitality and rare local ecology, including a bald eagle perched high in her gigantic nest. This is an authentic cowboy's dude ranch that winds across 10,000 acres, with a fishing pond and boating options to attract children of all ages, and a heated pool and spa that makes Alisal (73 cabins and studios) a multi-attraction getaway for all activity levels. At the ranch, horses are well-tended and gentle, hayrides are slow and steady, and a retirement pasture for aging equines is proof positive that the family-owned ranch is a magical place. After an all-inclusive buffet breakfast, you can volunteer at the "Rescue Barn" where dozens of rescued barnyard animals (goats, pigs, birds, kittens) live out their days at the Ranch. Another big draw: three-hour nature hikes ($25 per child) through the vineyard-friendly foothills to look for relics from native Chumash Indians and learn about local culture and Native American customs. A Hot Stone Massage in the Western-style Alisal Spa will soothe any aches after horseback riding or hiking. An airy and well-equipped arts and crafts studio is adjacent to a playroom with billiards hip enough to attract the teen set. During a recent long weekend, my family spent considerable time playing in the heated outdoor swimming pool, going on hayrides and making eco-collages out of nature's autumn goodies.
—Nicole Dorsey

BEACH, BIKES, BIRDS AND SEA TURTLES
The Cloister at Sea Island, Georgia
seaisland.com
Since 1928, generations of families have enjoyed their vacations— and birthdays, weddings and reunions—at The Cloister at Sea Island, Georgia, a private resort and residential island set halfway between Savannah, Georgia and Jacksonville, Florida. The resort may have grown and changed over those 80-plus years (it re-emerged from a $350 million overhaul in 2006), but its special blend of elegance and white-glove service with down-to-earth southern charm remains very much intact. It's clear why this spot is such a hit with all ages, as there's truly something to appeal to every interest. Adults will love the courses and facilities at the Sea Island Golf Club (located a short drive away at sister property, The Lodge), as well as the tennis and squash courts, clay shooting school, excellent wine program and numerous top-notch dining options (including the recently opened Tavola, with its on-site woodburning pizza oven). The 65,000 square-foot spa is an award-winning facility with indoor garden, water circuit, meditation walk, super-sized gym and a menu of therapeutic treatments using natural ingredients like white oak, olive stone, essential oils and even seashells. Customized wellness programs are also available, as is an on-staff nutritionist, who often talks with both parents and kids about making healthy—and still tasty—eating choices. The resort is a non-stop wonderland for the younger set, too, thanks to exceptional programs run by a dedicated Junior Staff. The Kids' Club focuses on activities that often involve heading out into the natural surroundings. Teens can mingle at the Beach Club or over bowling, kayaking, cooking classes and hikes. Best of all, the resort offers plenty for families to enjoy together, from bike rides, birding and beach horseback rides to movie nights and dessert at the retro ice cream parlor. Because of its unique surroundings of dunes, salt marshes and ocean beaches, the resort is dedicated to preserving the coastal habitat and educating guests on the environment. Programs include eco-labs, after-dark "survival skills" sessions and Sea Turtle Expeditions, where families can ride along with a staff naturalist as she patrols the beach recording sea turtle tracks, nests and hatchlings.
—Sandra Ramani

Things you can do from here:

posted :
Friday, May 31, 2013 by tamilaharris

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Travel

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Downton Abbey with a Spa

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via Organic Spa Magazine by Organic Spa Magazine on 1/17/13


Photo by Laurel Kallenbach

You don't have to be the Earl of Grantham or Lady Mary Crawley to relax in luxury. Stately Tylney Hall, a British manor-house hotel, pampers guests in aristocratic style. The historic 1898 Victorian estate in Hampshire, England, has all the romance and glamour depicted in the hit PBS drama, Downton Abbey. From the moment you're greeted by Tylney's footman and step into the walnut-paneled reception hall, you will feel like nobility. Spacious guest rooms feature canopied beds, marble fireplaces or balconies overlooking one of the many gardens. The croquet set on the lawn beckons you on a sunny day, as does the heated outdoor pool surrounded by manicured hedges and vine-covered porticos. On rainy or wintry afternoons, sip afternoon tea in the ornate Italian Lounge, or enjoy drinks beside the Library fireplace before dining in the elegant Oak Room restaurant, which highlights organic, locally sourced British delicacies. Like the fictional Downton Abbey mansion, Tylney Hall served as a convalescent hospital during WWI—and it's now an ideal spot for R&R. Unwind in Tylney's spa, which offers a full menu of treatments featuring organic aromatherapy oils and Kerstin Florian products. The Ultimate Garden of Dreams Ritual features a light body scrub and lavender-oil massage with warm stones that transports you to English-garden heaven. Twenty miles away is Highclere Castle, where Downton Abbey is filmed. Though you can tour that private estate, you'll eagerly return to Tylney Hall's elegant hospitality. tylneyhall.co.uk

Things you can do from here:

posted :
Friday, May 24, 2013 by tamilaharris

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Travel

tagged with:
Downton Abbey, Spa, Travel