Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Nerium Results

So I want to post some before and after pictures that are real (because I have taken them and I know for sure they are not faked).  Nerium is amazing and has a very cool history.

Researchers for Nerium Biological Technology were searching for a skin product that could cure cancer.  In the midst of their research they started noticing that it was reversing sun damage, wrinkles, acne and discoloration.  They were smart enough to realize that they had something real that worked, unlike anything on the store shelves.

Nerium does not spend millions of dollars on marketing.  Why you ask?  Well, all they have to do is show you their results and that has been enough to bring Nerium International, Inc to a $100,000,000 business in 1 year. 

You ask, well whats so great about it?  Well Nerium is a night skin cream that is 100% organic and gluten free.  So you've tried tons of products that claim to do all of these things and fall short every time.  Try it for 1 week, 7 full nights of Nerium for free.  It will shock you!

But don't take my word for it.  Here are some pictures I have taken.

My Before Picture (at noon, in car, waiting in line at the bank drive thru)

1 Week Later (in my bathroom at 5:00PM)


70 year old man after 90 days. 
(Pictures taken by Gens Johnson-Kennard. This is her father)

My friend Melanie S (picture taken at 5:00 PM)
Melanie 4 days later (not even a week) at 8:00AM 
Note her lip creases have leveled out in less than a week.

I told her smile.  She's reverse aging, lol.

Please let me know if you'd like more information.  This stuff is out of this world!!!!!!

Weight Loss Wednesdays

I posted my first Weight Loss Wednesday today.  Head to that page and see where I started and where I am going next......

Monday, June 24, 2013

New Pages

So, I'm starting some new pages here. Nerium Order Page, Meal Mondays, Weight Loss Wednesdays, Summer Fun.  I am hoping that I can pull in new and old readers and spark some interest in all of the above topics.  They are all important to me as I journey to a new part of my life.  Healthier, happier and much more knowledgeable.

Monday, September 19, 2011

More Than Just Football

Inmate Football
There was an unusual high school football game played in Grapevine, Texas. The game was between Grapevine Faith Academy and the Gainesville State School. Faith is a Christian school and Gainesville State School is located within a maximum security correction facility.
Gainesville State School has 14 players. They play every game on the road. Their record was 0-8. They've only scored twice. Their 14 players are teenagers who have been convicted of crimes ranging from drugs to assault to robbery. Most had families who had disowned them. They wore outdated, used shoulder pads and helmets.
Faith Academy was 7-2. They had 70 players, 11 coaches, and the latest equipment.

Chris Hogan, the head coach at Faith Academy, knew the Gainesville team would have no fans and it would be no contest, so he thought, “What if half of our fans and half of our cheerleaders, for one night only, cheered for the other team?” He sent out an email to the faithful asking them to do just that. “Here’s the message I want you to send,” Hogan wrote. “You’re just as valuable as any other person on the planet.”

Some folks were confused and thought he was nuts. One player said, “Coach, why are we doing this?” Hogan said, “Imagine you don’t have a home life, no one to love you, no one pulling for you. Imagine that everyone pretty much had given up on you. Now, imagine what it would feel like and mean to you for hundreds of people to suddenly believe in you.”

The idea took root. On the night of the game, imagine the surprise of those 14 players when they took the field and there was a banner the cheerleaders had made for them to crash through. The visitors’ stands were full. The cheerleaders were leading cheers for them. The fans were calling them by their names. Isaiah, the quarterback-middle linebacker said, “I never in my life thought I would hear parents cheering to tackle and hit their kid. Most of the time, when we come out, people are afraid of us. You can see it in their eyes, but these people are yelling for us. They knew our names.”

Faith won the game, and after the game the teams gathered at the 50-yard line to pray. That’s when Isaiah, the teenage convict-quarterback surprised everybody and asked if he could pray. he prayed, “Lord, I don’t know what just happened so I don’t know how or who to say thank you to, but I never knew there were so many people in the world who cared about us.”
On the way back to the bus, under guard, each one of the players was handed a burger, fries, a coke, candy, a Bible, and an encouraging letter from the players from Faith Academy.

What an incredible act of Christian witness and kindness and goodness that was.
Proverbs 11:17 says, “Your own soul is nourished when you are kind.”
Proverbs 3:27 says, “Do not withhold good when it is in your power to act.”

Be kind to someone this week. Be kind to every person you meet. You might be amazed at what God will do with a simple act of kindness.

Friday, September 16, 2011


I am so sorry I did not get to Theological Thursdays, yesterday.  It was a crazy day and I was not home enough to get it finished.  I will try to get it together today and also publish the Frugal Fridays Page.

Thanks for your patience!