Monthly Archives: January 2009

Check out today’s edition of the Jacksonville Daily News


My team and I are featured in the business section, B5 to be precise.  A great article about teamwork, commitment, training and reaching goals. . .it’s loverly, Molly is a great columnist, please check it out. . .and don’t forget to visit my other sites:   and  and find me on Facebook, Linkedin, Myspace and more. . .



It’s that time of year again!  It’s the 5th annual “Love Shouldn’t Hurt, Should it” Fashion Show.


5th Annual, “Love Shouldn’t Hurt, Should It?” Fashion Show, “An Affair to Remember”  with Special Guest, Reigning Miss North Carolina, Amanda Lauren Watson, Sunday, February 22, 2009 from 2:00 til 3:30 pm.

Organized and hosted by Angels Voices, a wonderful local charity run by my pal Cindy!  This even is by invitation only, however, Cindy is trying to make sure there is room for everyone, please contact her at for more information about location and space available.  Cindy says  if anybody wants to make a taxable donation they can take them and provide a receipt even if you buy a dress, or they also will have their Bath and Body Products, Victoria Secret Parfums/lotions, hand-made dolls and stuffed animals, jewelery etc. all tax deductible.

I hope you can make it, it’s a wonderful Mother/Daughter event to attend each year and a wonderful chairty, please check out their site below.



Angels’ Voices Speak Up
A Voice for the Voiceless,
Speaking out for those who can’t speak up.
We still believe:
“Before you can change the world. It takes one mind at a time, starting with mine.
 Change your mind, change the world.”
“If I say something, I am condemned. If I stay silent, I am damned.”

If you are on the hunt for a home, check out my website at and my firm’s site at

Robert Burns Dinner!!!!


Tomorrow night is the 8th annual Robert Burns Dinner at the Country Squire Inn in Wallace, NC.  YOu can find more information at the Inn’s website: .

2009 is the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns birth.

The Following, and Menu are directly quoted from the Inn’s site:

We think this is an evening you do not want to miss. Robert Burns was a Scottish poet who wrote for the common man and was not widely acclaimed until his death. Burns supper celebrations are held worldwide in January to honor Burns. The lowly dish of “Haggish” was immortalized by Burns and is always served on this occasion. It is presented with great ceremony and will be led in by Pipe Major Andrew Simpson. This is a fun occasion where you can experience a “wee bit of Scottish Culture” (or lack there of), an excuse to wear you kilt, if you have one hiding in the closet, and generally just have fun and fellowship with a group of people who enjoy getting together whether they have a good reason or not.


Haggis Neeps & Tatties
Followed by
Salad w/ Choice of Dressing
Choice of:
Spinach Stuffed Chicken w/ Cream Sauce
8 oz. Ribeye
Broiled Flounder
with Potato and Vegetable
Scottish Trifle
All dinners include glass of wine, tea, and coffee

January 24, 2008
6:00 p.m. – Cash Bar
7:00 p.m. – Dinner
$42.00 per person
call (910)-296-1727 ext. 155 for more info

(910) 296-1727 or TOLL-FREE NC (877) 830-1602

A fun night, and something different to do if you are from the area and bored with your usual Saturday night. . .for more info on Robert Burns, check out the Wikipedia reference where there’s all sorts of great info to include that he was the author of Auld Lang Syne. . .happy reading and perhaps I’ll see you there tomorrow night!