Catch Sight of the Beautiful

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					Catch Sight of the Beautiful
Barbara MacDonald
Today's Woman; Nov 2009; 19, 11; Docstoc
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Description: [Amy Price] is wheelchair-bound due to a degenerative ligament disorder called EhlersDanlos Syndrome that limits her ability to walk, reach, or pick up things. That's where Bell, a 3-year-old Golden Retriever, steps in. She's able to do most of those things for Amy. While shopping, it's Bell who hands over the credit card (she doesn't pay the bill, however), and collects the receipt. At home, she opens the door, turns the light switch on or off, grabs the phone, and tidies up around the house - making sure the walkways are clear of toys or other items that could get stuck in Amy's wheels.Do your eyes first. [Lesa Miller] says this way the eye shadow powder won't drop onto the foundation, especially if you're doing a smoky eye application. After applying your eye shadows and blending, take a dab of moisturizer on a finger-tip and sweep it under your eye. Now you're ready to apply that flawless foundation. Lesa says just try it once. You'll be hooked.Z Salon's Kristen "Jean" Hall went to massage school two years ago because she considers herself to be a 'hands on' kind of person. Now she prefers to be feet on. "It's very slow and relaxing, for the recipient and therapist. It's my favorite massage to perform," Hall said recently while demonstrating the massage on a coworker. Ashiatsu, she adds, is ideal for anyone desiring deep bodywork, but it also helps to elongate the spine, speed up lymphatic removal of toxins, and improve posture.
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