Well I have been doing the necklace for some years now, I started making them in 1987, And the real purpose of the necklace, is using the Germanium crystals, that is now proving to help those with cancer, and other health problems. To be healthy!
Real Deals Home Décor is an affordable home accessory, furniture, and decoration emporium. Due to being open only Thursday and Saturday and the Mom and Pop atmosphere, shopping at Real Deals feels as exciting as finding an unlit firework in a bale of hay. Inside, accessories including picture frames and signs ($15 or less), clocks and metal wall art ($15–$40), and soy candles ($7 or less) are stylishly arranged on tables and in groupings around the store. Real Deals also sells larger furniture items and elegant mirrors ($80+), so self-esteem is not overpowered by the newly abundant vanload of home esteem.
Rent-A-Bike's owner delivers myriad styles of Trek bicycles to clients for pedaling throughout the community and local bike paths. Riders can mount a road bike to travel urbanscapes, a mountain bike to navigate rocky terrain, or a hybrid bike to leisurely jaunt along the Willamette River. Prior to a weeknight or weekend delivery, a staff member inspects the two-wheeled steed to ensure proper alignment, lubrication, and lung function. Each rental includes a bike lock and helmet to protect cycles and their pilots, and in the event of a bicycle breakdown, Rent-A-Bike's owner will rush to the scene for roadside assistance when possible. Clients can schedule bike delivery for the night prior to their ride to stay up late french-braiding handlebar tassels.
Antrican garbs style seekers in classic regalia from racks of vintage and imported clothing, hats, accessories, and vials of elegant fragrances. Inside a pink-walled bazaar, fashion salvagers can sift through gently used apparel ($3–$40) to recover discarded duds, and chic trailblazers can roam fresh frontiers with a small selection of new pieces ($6–$50).
After an odyssey of trial and error in a humble brewing shack, University of Oregon students Simon Blatz, Chase Drum, and Simon Spencer moved their honey-mead brewery into a facility of its own in October 2011, where batches of the fermented honey spirit swirl in vats and bottles. The Blue Dog team lauds its mead, one of the oldest drinks in history, as “the original liquid sin,” touting its sweet start, dry finish, distinct honey smell, and propensity to commit mail fraud.
The golden elixir pours into recyclable bottles with reusable tops and logo modeling courtesy of the company’s furry mascot, Jake, a german shepherd. Blue Dog Mead invites guests to tastings (by appointment) and encourages its fans to vote online each month for a charity to receive 1% of the company’s proceeds; recent beneficiaries have included Movember and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lane County.