The hot stone massge at Crescent Moon Oasis is among the best I've ever had. They keep the stones at just the right temperature, which makes for an even more relaxing massge. That's the only service I'll get there.
My skin was looking dull and lifeless, so I knew it was time for a round of microderm. A friend of mine gets her microderms from the Cypress Salon and loves them, so I followed suit. I signed up for a series of six, and loved the way my skin looked and felt at the conclusion of the series.
Kerr's Economy Jar is where I bought my china set. I didn't like the set I had but didn't want to pay a fortune for a new set. Kerr's has a large selection from estates that comes through its doors. I've seen some crystal pieces I wish I had picked up when I had the chance. You've got to move quickly when you see something you like there.
I wound up buying a couch and coffee table from Consigned Home Furnishings after a friend of mine suggested I look at them. I hadn't considered consigned furniture before, but I found pieces that were ready to be moved into my home from this place. I was impressed with the quality of the pieces I found. My husband was really pleased too.
I loved the facial I had with Jeani at All About Skin. She's a genuinely nice person who takes the time to talk to you about your skin and does an assessment before she touches your skin. She provides great service in a soothing atmosphere. I loved it and felt incredibly relaxed.
Lilo Salon & Day Spa is where I had a manicure/pedicure combination done. I was feeling frazzled and needed time away from work and my family. They were on my way home so I decided to see if they could take me. Within moments, my feet were soaking and my nails were attended to. It was what I needed, when I needed it. Thanks!
I was able to stop into Salon Nyla for a manicure with a paraffin dip - exactly what my dried skin needed. I was due for a manicure and felt pampered while having it done. My nails looked great afterwards. This is a nice day spa I would consider going back to try other services.
I'm trying to convince my husband that we need the chandelier in the Heights Shop. This is a great consignment shop that's chock full of interesting pieces of furniture, lighting and brick a brac. The chandelier I'm in love with is the perfect size to go in our dining room. I also found a sideboard I'm loving and a couple of other pieces too. I'll restrain myself if I can have the chandelier!
I've bought and sold things a The Kids Edge. I have no problem at all getting my kids clothes at a consignment shop, especially when a lot of the clothes you buy there still have the tags on them. We've also gotten rid of a lot of my kids things they've outgrown, so it's been a win win for my family.
Aaa Sells Books Buy Consign is a cute little book shop. I used to be a voracious reader, so I've stockpiled a bunch of books in the attic and garage. I've taken boxes of books over to AAA to see what would sell and have used the proceeds to donate to various charities.