I had the priviledge to tour a Magnolia store recently here in Atlanta. Best Buy purchased this wholly owned subsidiary and is harnessing it to launch themselves into the custom home automation and … [Read more...] about Magnolia, Not a Southern Flower . . . Best Buy
Archives for March 2006
Have you ever noticed how when you talk with someone by phone either for business or personally before you meet that you have expectations of what they will look like, and very rarely to they match … [Read more...] about Voice vs. Face
Yes, it is indulgent a bit but necessary as I see it. I have a car service that I use when I go to and from the airport. It costs no more than the parking might, and I get peace of mind and time to … [Read more...] about Car Service Conversation . . .
I've gotten better on the shopping front since I do have to do it periodically to keep up with changing style and occasionally shifting body bits! I've learned that it is far better for me to have a … [Read more...] about Fewer Select vs. Too Many Bargains . . .
Before I headed to the West Coast Walk of Style Awards everyone was asking me what I would be wearing and I appropriately or inappropriately stressed dutifully about this, making trips to several … [Read more...] about Never Settle, Choice Abound
I was truly looking for a trend, a style, a look when I was out on the West Coast but alas it seems anything goes and few seem to pay much attention even to appearing pulled together and dressed for … [Read more...] about Anything Goes So Long as It’s Skinny!
The recent trip to LA was a lot of fun. I got a kick out of just the arrival as Malcolm McDowell was on board (though no one seemed to notice him and he was making a bit of noise.) Either a very young … [Read more...] about Celebrity Sightings in the Land of Oz
I recently road tripped to High Point to check out two days of seminars presented by FFI (Fine Furnishings International) magazine, a trade publication geared to the high end of furnishings. The … [Read more...] about High Point, NC