One question has plagued man's mind since the beginning of time. A deep, festering curiosity burning in every heart on this earth - What is the best outdoor shoe? Well, now, we will find out. Join Logan and Jimmy on an epic quest to find the perfect shoe!
Spring is here!!! Finally! So what better way to spend a rainy day than inside painting your nails. After doing some research, I have found the five top nail designs that are hitting the streets this spring 2014. Some of the designs are even being featured in top runway fashion shows!
We’ve all seen them. Several people around campus wear them no matter what the weather is. Beanies, especially the crochet variety, are on the rise on the GC campus. I want to bring to your attention an organization that sells these hats, but they sell them in order to help other people in the world. It is Krochet Kids intl.They work with women in Uganda and Peru to help them out of poverty. Buying the crochet hats from Krochet Kids intl helps support 150 people in Uganda and Peru, not only that, buying a hat will keep your head warm as we move into fall and winter.
For centuries, people have used pearls for accessorizing and ornamentation. In fact, they have held the status of 'prized jewel' centuries before cut stones gained popularity. Although other stones require mining, cutting, and polishing, the pearl possesses natural beauty that requires no extra work. A large part of the pearl’s appeal rests in its natural origins. Unlike other precious gems, they come from a living animal, a mollusk. Created by a random process of nature, they carry a sense of mystery and wonder. While today we often consider them a commonplace accessory, they held a much higher status in the ancient world. Throughout history, a natural pearl necklace made up of matching spheres was a treasure of almost incomparable value. These natural gems were first discovered in The Arabian Gulf and it remained their main source for centuries. In fact, seventy to eighty percent of all pearls came from the Gulf until the 1950s. Before the creation of cultured pearls in the 1900s, only the noble and rich could obtain these rare gems.
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