Black Friday is just around the corner! Doesn’t a relaxing facial sound so much better than waiting in long lines at a department store? Pamper yourself after Thanksgiving and take advantage of these spa specials.These prices are only for BLACK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY (November 28th & 29th) Schedule your services soon!
European Facial $30 (Regularly $60)
A facial for all skin types that can help balance, rejuvenate, & revive skin through cleansing, exfoliation, a personalized mask, and moisturizer. Great for a first time facial! Extractions not included. (Add extractions for $10) 45 minutes.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Facial $30 (Regularly $60)
Pumpkin “nature’s natural collagen” is the perfect way to celebrate fall and replenish dry, summer skin. The Pumpkin Facial exfoliates surface skin cells (Anti aging results can be seen by the reduction of lines and wrinkles in addition to an improvement in the skin’s elasticity.), provides antioxidant support, stimulates collagen activity, uses a warming pumpkin mask and leaves skin feeling smooth and perfectly polished! This festive facial is a seasonal favorite, and I am sure it will be one of yours too! 50 minutes
PCA Oxygenating Facial Treatment: $55 (Regularly $110)
This treatment draws oxygen to the skin’s surface, a rosy flush & a rapid warming sensation is produced, resulting in a radiant, healthy glow that lasts up to 10 days. It also helps stimulate respiration & circulation within the skin & rejuvenates sluggish, stressed skin depleted by toxins, pollutants, allergens, improper diet and solar damage. For all skin types; including acne prone & mature skin. 60 minutes
To schedule your Black Friday service(s) contact me or fill out the contact form.
What an amazing read…couldn’t pass up re-blogging it!
Years of longing finally came to an end. It was here, that one chance to feel the most unforgettable feeling in my existence. Only one night, filled with desire, love spewing from every direction in the room, it was common ground, yet still shaky with nerves of innocence. He’s the one, my long lost love, where my soul feels at home, where it belongs. His touch is like no other, it’s safe yet erotic in its own way. His kisses feel like rain, dripping all over my naive mind. And the look that he gave me is one I can only read. Night was almost over, the sun was on its way, and though it came to an end, every time I close my eyes it’s all I see.
Being a Latina with German roots growing up in a Mexican neighborhood, who would have thought one of my favorite cuisines would be Cajun! I searched all across the web for an easy crawfish etouffee recipe. The ones that I found didn’t serve more than 4 people. With all the family get-togethers, I needed a recipe that would serve everyone enough to have a full belly. This recipe serves about 6-8, for a smaller meal, cut ingredients in half.
3 lbs crawfish tails (thawed)
2 large chopped yellow onions
A bundle of chopped green onions
1 cup chopped fresh parsley
3 fresh chopped tomatoes
3 cans of medium Rotel (you can use mild, medium, or spicy depending on how much heat you like.)
3 cans of Campbell’s golden mushroom soup
3 tablespoons flour
2 1/2 sticks of butter
2 tablespoons of Cajun seasonings
Salt (to taste)
Pepper (to taste)
Garlic Powder (to taste)
Cayenne Pepper (to taste)
White steamed rice
Melt 1 1/2 stick of butter on medium high heat; add in your onions and green onions and sauté them until soft. Then add your chopped tomato, along with the Cajun seasoning. When adding salt, pepper, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper, start off with 1 teaspoon and just add a dash here and there according to taste. Cook the vegetable and spiced mixture for about 25 minutes and/or the till veggies are real soft and look smooth.
Once your veggies are done, add in your cans of Rotel. To make in add 1 tablespoon at a time of flour (add more butter if needed) to make a roux to thicken mixture. When the flour is mixed in well and the mixture is smooth, add cans of golden mushroom soup with 1-3 cups of water (depending on how thick or watery you want your etouffee) and crawfish tails. Stir the etouffee well and cook covered on medium for about 30 minutes. Be sure to keep tasting mixture and add spices (salt, pepper, garlic powder, cayenne pepper) as needed. Add the rest of the butter to pot and cook uncovered for another 20 minutes.
*As your etouffee is almost ready, cook up your steamed white rice.
Veggies, seasonings, and tomatoes
adding in crawfish and other ingredients
dinner is served
Everyone enters our lives for a reason. They may be part of our lives for a short time or in it for the long run. Each person contributes experiences, memories, and qualities that make us who we are today.
Look around you, who’s in your life today? Who’s come and gone? Some you may have expected to stay for the long run and those you didn’t are still in your life and may have greater meaning to you now.
Life is full of surprises. And even though I strongly believe you can control who’s stays in your life, I also think we can’t control who comes along in it.
Happy Friday and appreciate everyone that comes into your life.
Thursday thoughts are a series to share my random thoughts with my readers so that they well get to know me a bit more. We all have a different outlook on life, feelings, emotions, and sense of humor. My Thursday thoughts series is just for fun, sharing, and to make you think of things yourself.
- Looking for the good in every situation no matter how bad things are helps with not having a ball of anxiety in your gut all day, get a good night’s sleep, and keeps you from being an angry witch. This positivity thing has made life flow much nicer.
- Way too many beautiful women are in love with worthless losers. These women need to search for the beauty within themselves; this way, they can be so confident, that pretty words without actions backing them up don’t even phase them.
- The more you grow as a person and know who you are, the more you will see who your friends are. The circle shrinks and that’s ok.
- Doing something you love makes you a happier person.
- Procrastinating on goals because of fear is just wasted time.
- Seems like cooler weather makes people more touchy feely. More hugs to go around, no complaints on that, who doesn’t like hugs?
- We won’t see the Pumpkin Spice Latte till next year, but the Caramel Brulee Latte is here! I actually had a venti this morning. Yum!
- Thanksgiving is almost here…double yum!
- I say I’m going to start Christmas shopping early every year and never follow through. I shop better under pressure, I guess…Ha ha!
- I’m super excited to finally see Doyle Bramhall II in concert. Texas Blues always make we want to drink beer. Texas beer too! (Shiner Bock Shout Out!)
- Speaking of spirits…I think it’s time for a winery visit. Nothing like a warm Merlot to warm your tummy.
- When you are near 40, you start noticing the fines lines more than the wrinkles.
- My mom is so much cooler now that I’m older…and my dad…well, he’s always been cool.
- Good friends will tell you the truth, even if it’s bad or you don’t really want to hear it.
- It’s hard to imagine how cold it is outside today when you’re sitting in a warm, cozy room filled with aromatherapy.
These are my Thursday Thoughts…to think it’s only 2:15pm and all these things have popped in my head. Amazing how the mind works. I wonder how many of you have thought about any of these things today. If you hadn’t, you are now! Have a good one, thanks for reading the blog. Till next week’s thoughts! Stay warm!
Sometimes the oddest situations take you to the prettiest places…