Monthly Archives: May 2011

London Town

Ben and I headed back to London from South Africa so we could catch our return flight home but not before experiencing some of England’s renowned traditions including a full English tea and visiting the Buckingham Palace, the primary residence of … Continue reading

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Cradle of Humankind, South Africa

While in South Africa we visited the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site, where a large number of (and some of the oldest) hominoid and homo sapien fossils were found some 2 – 3 million years ago.    We … Continue reading

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William’s Adventures

Before we left to the UK and South Africa to support the launch of LipSense long-lasting lip color in this part of the world, I was stressed out about leaving our son William for so long (over two weeks). Three … Continue reading

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South African Orphanage

It’s truly better to give than to receive. Ben and I were happy and humbled to visit a South African orphanage and spend the day painting and gardening. Here is the before picture of the school’s classroom: After: Finishing hand prints on … Continue reading

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Safaris and Sharks in South Africa

 We’re having a great time exploring South Africa! Here are some pictures from our journey thus far.  We went on an African Safari to observe the incredible wildlife. My LipSense long-lasting lip color and SenseCosmetics held up throughout my adventure … Continue reading

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I’ve been working on the Railroad

Ben took a photo of me working on the train headed towards the place where we begin the first UK Distributor Training. A very exciting time! So happy to be sharing LipSense long lasting liquid lip color with this part of … Continue reading

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Greetings from the UK

Ben and I are currently in the UK to help support the launch of LipSense long lasting liquid lip color there. After a quick over-night eleven hour flight to UK, Ben and I check into a gracious hotel, The Grosvenor, … Continue reading

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