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Chelise Hery is passionate, profound, and perpetually confused. Sound familiar? Crazy about a lot of things (often in the literal sense)- including but never limited to: being a wife; mother; artist; and party thrower. Stop by and join the party, anytime.
When girl meets 30. This website is dedicated to women in their 30's and our journey. Still feeling as smart, young and sexy as we did in our 20's, but learning life might be more complicated than we anticipated. We want to share tips and stories on beaut
A chronicle of my big move to LA to pursue a career in movies. Being myself along the way, script supervisor and assistant director extraordinaire, avid movie watcher and reviewer, TV junkie, fashion fanatic, girlie girl, with a hint of rustic flavor!
A blog about a girl who grew up in Civilization, lived and loved in California, only to move to Vermont for her husband's job. Raising two kids and enjoying life in the middle of nowhere. Making the best of a great situation. Photography. Crafts
Fabulous has a new meaning now that I am a mom to 2 boys and the wife of a needy husband. Join me on this domestic journey to discover what works for this Diva and her family on a budget.
Searching for a reconciliation between the Values of Old-School Traditions and the Optimism of a Modern Spirit for Change. We are dedicated to discussing the role of the Gentleman-Scholar and the Warrior-Poet as a man’s way to live in this Modern World.
pliable: easily bent or shaped. lessons in being a newlywed, foodie, renovating our first house into a home, Christ-follower, working to be healthier, only-child supporting my sweet Mama, & learning how to be more sustainable in all our life choices
Hope Magazine Online is an online special needs magazine offering parents, caregivers educators and kids of all ages a safe place to learn, read personal stories and professional articles pertainining to special needs children and adults. Click to Enter