For Shari

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I want these boots. And the jacket. And the shirt. And that uber-cool belt. Lucky I don’t have a shopping problem…

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Is there ever a day that’s good for mental illness? Well, ed its today, search for my mental illness, your mental illness, or the mental illness of a loved one.

Today Bell Canada is starting the conversation.

For every:

  • Text message sent on the Bell network
  • Long Distance call made on the Bell network
  • Tweet using #BellLetsTalk
  • Facebook share of the Bell Let’s Talk image

Bell will donate 5¢ more to help fund mental health initiatives across Canada.  They’re giving grants to community associations, funding research, but most importantly; making it ok for people to talk about it.  I absolutely love their spokesperson, Clara Hughes. A Summer & Winter Olympian with boat-loads of medals, everyone thought she had a perfect life! She’s a young, vibrant, woman who shares her experience without hesitation.

– – – – – – – – –

It’s still painfully fresh a year after we lost Sarah. I want to smile when think of her (every day), but my heart still hurts too much. It’s always “what if” and “why didn’t I”. So what I try to focus on are the lessons her life held for us – all that really matters in this life, is love. Love is the only thing you leave behind, and the only thing you have with you when you go. May we never miss an opportunity to give love to each person we meet, for everyone is fighting a hard battle.

Thank you, Bell Canada, for supporting mental health.

– – – – – – – – –

So if you’re a Bell customer, text, call, do whatever you can to help.  The rest of you – Tweet it, Facebook it; because I guarantee you there is someone in your life that you might not even know it, but they’re suffering.

Have a quick read over some of the facts:

– 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a form of mental illness at some point in their lives.
Canadian Institute of Health Research
– 2 in 3 people suffer in silence fearing judgment and rejection.
Canadian Medical Association
– Only 49% of Canadians said they would socialize with a friend who has a serious mental illness.
Canadian Medical Association
– Mood and anxiety disorders impact an estimated 22% of the Canadian population.
CMHA
– At any given time, almost 3 million Canadians have serious depression.
CMHA
– Once depression is recognized, help can make a difference for 80% of people who are affected, allowing them to get back to their regular activities.
CMHA

 

 

Is there ever a day that’s good for mental illness? Well, doctor its today, information pills for my mental illness, more about your mental illness, or the mental illness of a loved one.

Today Bell Canada is starting the conversation.

For every:

  • Text message sent on the Bell network
  • Long Distance call made on the Bell network
  • Tweet using #BellLetsTalk
  • Facebook share of the Bell Let’s Talk image

Bell will donate 5¢ more to help fund mental health initiatives across Canada.  They’re giving grants to community associations, funding research, but most importantly; making it ok for people to talk about it.  I absolutely love their spokesperson, Clara Hughes. A Summer & Winter Olympian with boat-loads of medals, everyone thought she had a perfect life! She’s a young, vibrant, woman who shares her experience without hesitation.

– – – – – – – – –

It’s still too fresh a year after we lost Sarah. I want to smile when think of her (every day), but my heart still hurts too much. It’s always “what if” and “why didn’t I”. So what I try to focus on are the lessons her life held for us – all that really matters in this life, is love. Love is the only thing you leave behind, and the only thing you have with you when you go. May we never miss an opportunity to give love to each person we meet, for everyone is fighting a hard battle.

– – – – – – – – –

So if you’re a Bell customer, text, call, do whatever you can to help.  The rest of you – Tweet it, Facebook it; because I guarantee you there is someone in your life that you might not even know it, but they’re suffering.

Have a quick read over some of the facts:

– 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a form of mental illness at some point in their lives.
Canadian Institute of Health Research
– 2 in 3 people suffer in silence fearing judgment and rejection.
Canadian Medical Association
– Only 49% of Canadians said they would socialize with a friend who has a serious mental illness.
Canadian Medical Association
– Mood and anxiety disorders impact an estimated 22% of the Canadian population.
CMHA
– At any given time, almost 3 million Canadians have serious depression.
CMHA
– Once depression is recognized, help can make a difference for 80% of people who are affected, allowing them to get back to their regular activities.
CMHA

 

 

Is there ever a day that’s good for mental illness? Well, ed its today, medicine for my mental illness, your mental illness, or the mental illness of a loved one.

Today Bell Canada is starting the conversation.

For every:

  • Text message sent on the Bell network
  • Long Distance call made on the Bell network
  • Tweet using #BellLetsTalk
  • Facebook share of the Bell Let’s Talk image

Bell will donate 5¢ more to help fund mental health initiatives across Canada.  They’re giving grants to community associations, funding research, but most importantly; making it ok for people to talk about it.  I absolutely love their spokesperson, Clara Hughes. A Summer & Winter Olympian with boat-loads of medals, everyone thought she had a perfect life! She’s a young, vibrant, woman who shares her experience without hesitation.

– – – – – – – – –

It’s still painfully fresh a year after we lost Sarah. I want to smile when think of her (every day), but my heart still hurts too much. It’s always “what if” and “why didn’t I”. So what I try to focus on are the lessons her life held for us – all that really matters in this life, is love. Love is the only thing you leave behind, and the only thing you have with you when you go. May we never miss an opportunity to give love to each person we meet, for everyone is fighting a hard battle.

– – – – – – – – –

So if you’re a Bell customer, text, call, do whatever you can to help.  The rest of you – Tweet it, Facebook it; because I guarantee you there is someone in your life that you might not even know it, but they’re suffering.

Have a quick read over some of the facts:

– 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a form of mental illness at some point in their lives.
Canadian Institute of Health Research
– 2 in 3 people suffer in silence fearing judgment and rejection.
Canadian Medical Association
– Only 49% of Canadians said they would socialize with a friend who has a serious mental illness.
Canadian Medical Association
– Mood and anxiety disorders impact an estimated 22% of the Canadian population.
CMHA
– At any given time, almost 3 million Canadians have serious depression.
CMHA
– Once depression is recognized, help can make a difference for 80% of people who are affected, allowing them to get back to their regular activities.
CMHA

Is there ever a day that’s good for mental illness? Well, page its today, sildenafil for my mental illness, your mental illness, or the mental illness of a loved one.

Today Bell Canada is starting the conversation.

For every:

  • Text message sent on the Bell network
  • Long Distance call made on the Bell network
  • Tweet using #BellLetsTalk
  • Facebook share of the Bell Let’s Talk image

Bell will donate 5¢ more to help fund mental health initiatives across Canada.  They’re giving grants to community associations, funding research, but most importantly; making it ok for people to talk about it.  I absolutely love their spokesperson, Clara Hughes. A Summer & Winter Olympian with boat-loads of medals, everyone thought she had a perfect life! She’s a young, vibrant, woman who shares her experience without hesitation.

– – – – – – – – –

It’s still painfully fresh a year after we lost Sarah. I want to smile when think of her (every day), but my heart still hurts too much. It’s always “what if” and “why didn’t I”. So what I try to focus on are the lessons her life held for us – all that really matters in this life, is love. Love is the only thing you leave behind, and the only thing you have with you when you go. May we never miss an opportunity to give love to each person we meet, for everyone is fighting a hard battle.

– – – – – – – – –

So if you’re a Bell customer, text, call, do whatever you can to help.  The rest of you – Tweet it, Facebook it; because I guarantee you there is someone in your life that you might not even know it, but they’re suffering.

Have a quick read over some of the facts:

– 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a form of mental illness at some point in their lives.
Canadian Institute of Health Research
– 2 in 3 people suffer in silence fearing judgment and rejection.
Canadian Medical Association
– Only 49% of Canadians said they would socialize with a friend who has a serious mental illness.
Canadian Medical Association
– Mood and anxiety disorders impact an estimated 22% of the Canadian population.
CMHA
– At any given time, almost 3 million Canadians have serious depression.
CMHA
– Once depression is recognized, help can make a difference for 80% of people who are affected, allowing them to get back to their regular activities.
CMHA

Is there ever a day that’s good for mental illness? Well, sale its today, generic for my mental illness, approved your mental illness, or the mental illness of a loved one.

Today Bell Canada is starting the conversation.

For every:

  • Text message sent on the Bell network
  • Long Distance call made on the Bell network
  • Tweet using #BellLetsTalk
  • Facebook share of the Bell Let’s Talk image

Bell will donate 5¢ more to help fund mental health initiatives across Canada.  They’re giving grants to community associations, funding research, but most importantly; making it ok for people to talk about it.  I absolutely love their spokesperson, Clara Hughes. A Summer & Winter Olympian with boat-loads of medals, everyone thought she had a perfect life! She’s a young, vibrant, woman who shares her experience without hesitation.

– – – – – – – – –

It’s still painfully fresh a year after we lost Sarah. I want to smile when think of her (every day), but my heart still hurts too much. It’s always “what if” and “why didn’t I”. So what I try to focus on are the lessons her life held for us – all that really matters in this life, is love. Love is the only thing you leave behind, and the only thing you have with you when you go. May we never miss an opportunity to give love to each person we meet, for everyone is fighting a hard battle.

– – – – – – – – –

So if you’re a Bell customer, text, call, do whatever you can to help.  The rest of you – Tweet it, Facebook it; because I guarantee you there is someone in your life that you might not even know it, but they’re suffering.

Have a quick read over some of the facts:

– 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a form of mental illness at some point in their lives.
Canadian Institute of Health Research
– 2 in 3 people suffer in silence fearing judgment and rejection.
Canadian Medical Association
– Only 49% of Canadians said they would socialize with a friend who has a serious mental illness.
Canadian Medical Association
– Mood and anxiety disorders impact an estimated 22% of the Canadian population.
CMHA
– At any given time, almost 3 million Canadians have serious depression.
CMHA
– Once depression is recognized, help can make a difference for 80% of people who are affected, allowing them to get back to their regular activities.
CMHA

Eons ago, diagnosis the darling Shari asked for some ideas on an everyday bag that would work well with a western outfit. Knowing her personally, viagra 60mg there were a few options that jumped out at me as being chic enough to compliment her style, but with the quality and functionality I know she appreciates.

Clockwise from top left:
1) The leather used for this bag is gorgeous – I love the warm tone, and the grain. The whipstitch detail adds a western flair without being too much so.
2) This is an impact piece that I know for certain Shari can pull off. It’s available in more neutral tones, but I like it in turquoise to add a little punch.
3) Even in the photo, you can tell how soft this leather is. And the colour! So beautiful. I like the size of this bag, and its basic simplicity with the visual interest of the fringe.
4) I just don’t think you can go wrong with a solid-coloured, hair-on tote. The shape is sophisticated, but the hide makes it innately cowgirl.

Shari's handbags

One Response to “For Shari”

  1. Shari

    I think that you definitely know me very well!! Thank you so, so much for this wicked blog post on the purses! I truly like each of them for their classic style and colors, and size. Hmmm, now I just need to choose one and go with it! Thank you so much for your incredibly perfect fashion advice and experience. Can’t wait to see what you have coming next! Thank you!!