One of our family-favorite ways to use Thera-pit-ic Pacs is for headache relief on-the-go. Heated, or cold from the freezer, the pits feel great and help minimize the intensity of the discomfort.
Each one of these sets includes 8 beautifully-designed cards on quality cardstock paper and 8 linen envelopes.
Photography by JessiLise Studios & Susanna Neely.
What could be better than the LARRY 8-LED light?
Except the LARRY2!
Larry2 has a few more LEDs under his belt, which boosts his lumen output to 160! The Larry2 also features a red laser pointer that emits from the top of the light. Being the essential handyman light, the Larry2 still has some of the features that made the Larry so great: the 180-degree rotating magnetic clip, reinforced plastic body design and ergonomic grip. The Larry2 is perfect for endless applications and is still convenient enough to slip into your pocket. More features…more lumens…same Larry style!
Get your LARRY2 today!
With the Christmas season over, you are probably just catching your breath.
But Valentine’s Day is just around the corner!
Let us take care of the rush of trying to find the “perfect thing” to express your love for the special ones in your life. Order one of our customizable Ambiance Gift Baskets (available in Small, Medium, and Large), and we will ship directly to the recipient.
Want a personal note added? Just leave it for us in the “comments” section when you check out, and we will include it in the gift basket for your “special someone.”
As the spring sun gave way to its growing heat over the country-side of Mexico, the French army was waging war against the Mexican army commanded by General Ignacio Zaragoza. In May of 1862, the French succumbed to the force of their enemy in the Battle of Puebla.
Three months passed, and whilst the French conquest in Mexico continued…
August 22, 1862, a family of low estate on the western outskirts of Paris, France welcomed their first child, a son, into the world.
From his early childhood, Achille-Claude Debussy was enthralled with music, especially with regards to the piano. Although the family was growing, forcing the small financial state to be stretched, young Achille-Claude, or just Claude, as he came to be known, began studying the instrument of his fascination at the age of seven years.
By the time he had completed his eleventh or twelfth year, Debussy was enrolled in the Paris Conservatory for further musical training. In spite of his young age, his instructors and fellow-students recognized his obvious gift. However, more often than not those who surrounded him at the Conservatory wondered at his strange style of musical innovation.
At eighteen years of age, Debussy was hired by Nadezhda von Meck to teach piano to her children. (This Russian lady had previously been a strong friend and financial supporter to the Russian composer Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, who had composed many works at her commission.) While working with the von Meck children, Debussy was given the advantage of travelling Europe and Russia with his employer and thereby gained much of a musical and cultural education himself. Among his many and varied experiences, he was most notably influenced by Russian composers and musicians. This would later have heavy impact on compositions of his own.
In 1880, just four years after having been hired by the illustrious Russian lady, Debussy entered his cantata L’Enfant prodigue (which translated is, The Prodigal Son) in the renowned competition for composers known as the Prix de Rome. His entry proved to be a great success as he achieved the first place, the prize of which being two years of further musical study in the capital of Italy.
Debussy spent the majority of his life in Paris, the city of his childhood, where he composed many works of art, including Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune (Prelude to the afternoon of a Faun), and the String Quartet. He completed his seminal opera Pelléas et Mélisande in 1895, and it was first performed in 1902.This piece proved to be a dividing line in the lives of the musical critics and listeners of the day, as those who heard it either loved or hated it.
As World War 1 raged amid the continents, the life of the great composer Achille-Claude Debussy was hanging in the balances. At just 55 years, Debussy passed from this life into the life beyond, leaving behind him a rich legacy in the world of music, the realm of which he was so fond.
Today he is remembered as a legend, whose works have been a sort of base for artists of the past century, and will doubtless continue to inspire many musicians in the future.
Additional style options for our well-loved Noteables (notecard sets)!
Each one of these sets includes 8 beautifully-designed cards on quality cardstock paper with linen envelopes, all combined in a clear gift box.
Photography by JessiLise Studios & Susanna Neely.
Check back in the shop soon to purchase your own sets of these stunning gifts!
The Governor’s Palace
Several weeks ago, after attending the Family Economics & Mentorship Conference, we were blessed with the opportunity to take a brief evening walk through Colonial Williamsburg with Matthew and Amanda. Though most of the shops and tourist attractions were already closed for the evening, we were just in time for a lovely sunset and thoroughly enjoyed our leisurely stroll together. Special thanks to Matthew for suggesting the idea!
The fall foilage was truly stunning – a testimony to the creativity and handiwork of our Creator
Taking a ride in the shuttle
We enjoyed ourselves so much that, when our dear ones gave us an invitation to come back with them a few weeks later, we decided to take them up on the offer… stay alert for a post about that trip coming soon!
Colonial Williamsburg offers many young-child-friendly, wholesome, and incredibly educational opportunities for the entire family. Learn a fascinating portion of our nation’s history, and be reminded of the providence of our God. Visit here to get your seasonal passes today!
Just in time for Christmas!!
They make excellent Christmas gifts and stocking stuffers. Perfect for anyone and everyone on your gift list! Keep it on the refrigerator so that it’s easy to find in case of a power outage. Tote it in your purse to help you find lost items quickly. Store it in the garage to magnet to the tractor on the nights when the work isn’t finished by dark, or to work on engines. Carry it in your shirt pocket for daily use. Travel with it in your car.
The uses are endless!
How will you use your Larry 8_LED Light?
This was a fun shoot. This sweet couple (whose children are grown) wanted to do a Christmas picture, so outside we went, all dressed up with camera in hand. It was a short photo session, both because of the few number of subjects, and because the weather was frigid, but we still had fun.
The little Pooch wouldn’t look at the camera (not even when offered bacon!! Can you believe that!) until the word “ice cream” was mentioned. Too funny.