Yes! I have finished the move to my "New" Treatment Room. I think it is way nice - warm, comfortable, and calming. What theme did I choose? Non that I previously mentioned. It is a enveloping, earthy feel with dark brown ceiling, mocha'ish color on the walls with accents of black and some white.
I need to sell my current facial/massage bed so that I can bring my new one in. If anyone knows of anyone needing to make a purchase tell them to check mine out. It is electric hydraulic, white - in excellent physicial condition. The new one I have purchased is just bigger - not necessarily better. Since I am now situated where I will not be moving again I feel confident in purchasing a big, non-movable bed.
It was truly a nightmare getting my new room built out. It's too bad that some construction people give the industry a bad rep. The guy I hired came highly recommended, however I wouldn't recommend him to anyone. He over committed and over-stated his ability. What he said should have taken 3 days ended taking 5 horrible, nerve wracking weeks! My lesson learned is to go to the very last job site and question those individuals. I think that would be the best reference. Very valuable lesson here for me. Thankfully I don't think I'll need any construction done for a long, long time.
My new room has been met with wonderful comments from previous clients - of course new clients don't know any different. For several days I felt almost like I was working in someone else's space - didn't remember where I had moved things. It's much better now for me and I am absolutely thrilled to show it off. I hope YOU'LL come for a visit real soon.
News flash: I have begun to carry to fun line of trendy and classic jewelry - - - the line is Guy and Eva from California. Please take a look and consider for Christmas gifts. Go to: http://www.guyandeva.com/mdskin
I know you will love, love, love the items available. I have found the pieces to be even prettier in real life! Limited pieces are available to see in my practice.
As Thanksgiving has just passed, I want to say THANK YOU to all that have so faithfully supported and encouraged me on this journey. I hope you were able to enjoy some wonderful with friends and family and will be able to do it again at Christmas. I was blessed to have my younger brother and his wife, their 2 boys and one precious wife. We all gathered with about 60 others down in the Country - deep in the heart of Hopkins. We had cousins, aunts, uncles, Pas and Nanas, and many more with us. Just a wonderful time. Now that's reason to be thankful!
So . . . this is a brief update and what I am thinking about today . . . just another day in my life! God Bless