September 2015 Newsletter
Summer Rain!Smells so good in the forest!
But this storm was fraught with drama. We were on our way back from Loma Linda when a friend sent me this lovely picture.
As we neared the mountain roads we were alerted to a flash flood warning.
Sounded just like those big trucks when they reverse and we didn’t know what it was until Peter located the emergency alert on his phone.
We got home safely, although on the mountain roads the clouds were low and there was a deathly hush, no birds chirping. Still waiting for that rain that never came.
Figured the weather gods decided we had had our soaking.
Honoring a Very Special Person
AT&T (then Pacific Bell in Wilshire) was my very first account.
My second account was AT&T in San Diego where I had the pleasure to deal with a very special Pioneer. This was in 1981 and I have continued to visit and sell at her building for many, many years. I came to love and admire Patty Wilson who is a Pioneer extraordinary. In the good and profitable years it was our tradition to go together to Aladdin's after a show. Yummy food!
As I got to know her better I was astounded to discover that she worked with only one good eye, yet did so much, the handicap notwithstanding.
In October she turns 90 years old, when she will celebrate with her family, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Happy Birthday, Patty!
The Origins of Grandparent’s DayNational Grandparent’s Day is celebrated the first Sunday after Labor Day. According to the proclamation:
“As we seek to strengthen the enduring values of the family, it is appropriate that we honor our grandparents.
“Grandparents are our continuing tie to the near-past, to the events and beliefs and experiences that so strongly affect our lives and the world around us. Whether they are our own or surrogate grandparents who fill some of the gaps in our mobile society, our senior generation also provides our society a link to our national heritage and traditions.”
The day was the brainchild of Marian Lucille McQuade a mother of fifteen. It was she who built a campaign involving Churches, civic groups, political leaders and local businesses. It took her five years to make it a reality.
Photo-to-ArtworkWe have turned the corner and passed the longest day. The next national celebration is Grandparent’s Day, this Sunday. Are you planning ahead for these days of celebration in your family?
Life moves on and it seems it moves more quickly every day, every month and every year. Kids grow up and go off to college, pets get frail and die. The older members of our family go on their way. Yet we still have our memories and these can be preserved.
We are very good at helping you to preserve your special memories.
Real Time Pain ReliefI personally find this therapeutic cream a life saver. It turned my life around just at a time when I really needed it. Now I manage my pain and it doesn’t manage me. Know that for best results you must follow the instructions which are posted on Facebook at “Natural Pain Management” and also at www.grandmanopain.com.
There was one situation (because of my crooked spine from the polio) where RTPR didn’t fully resolve my situation and that was when I worked in the kitchen. I have to arch my back to reach the counter and that doesn’t sit well with my bent back.
Now I am happy to announce that RTPR has just brought out MAXX, yes the therapeutic lotion now has extra strength and it works just fine for me and lets me do my chores in comfort. Try MAXX if you have any stubborn pains that will not resolve.
What a blessing this lotion is as I grow older. I am so grateful that I have found these good people.
You can order the lotion at our next show, or go online to www.grandmanopain.com.
We have a special during the month of September.
You are able to mix and match to make up your ten travel packs for $4.95. This gives you the chance to try out the hand cream, the foot cream, the sports cream in addition to the therapeutic pain cream.
If you have a chronic pain condition we invite you to join our community page on Facebook NATURAL PAIN MANAGEMENT (If you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I shall add you to the list.) Once there on that Facebook page you can ask questions, share stories and find out how other people are coping. You will also be sent regular (short) tips on how to manage your pain. When we pool our bright ideas we come up with the best solutions to let everybody enjoy living again.
On this page you can learn all about the natural ingredients and how they work and why a natural solution is superior to other medications that only mask the pain. We look forward to having you FRIEND us both; Peter and Lynn on Facebook.
Quote for the Month
"When it comes to your health, I recommend frequent doses of that rare commodity among Americans—common sense." - Vincent Askey, MD
Until next month!
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