Alas this book is out of print and that’s sad. I would buy a used copy in good condition. Or you can try to check it out of the library.
Mally Roncal’s life story is inspirational.
Her a.m. and p.m. beauty ritual gave me a shot in the arm of confidence to try what she recommended.
Proof that inspiration can be found in a book or a bottle of foundation.
The pandemic has been going on for almost 9 months. The length of time to birth a baby an idea a plan a new You.
After reading Love, Lashes, and Lipstick I set off to set a new goal or two.
In the coming blog entry I’ll talk about one book that made all the difference to me in achieving my goals.
It can be debilitating sheltering indoors. The outbreak is rising in a second wave. More ammunition for taking joy in simple things.
Like washing your face at night. Moisturizing your face in the morning.
Being grateful for what you have instead of being envious of others who have what you don’t have.
Serve up an extra helping of gratitude to yourself this Thanksgiving.
The colonists plundered the nation from indigenous people. We should not be celebrating the myth that Thanksgiving was a harmonious lovefest between pilgrims and Native Americans.
Only I say why not reclaim the truth that we are all here because of a benevolent Creator who wanted us to be here?
The spirit of counting your blessings on Thanksgiving might just be the remedy for total despair while living through the pandemic.
I’m grateful for every ray of sunshine that comes into my life:
The sun through the mini-blinds and the sunny personality of Mally Roncal lighting up the pages of her memoir.