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Dining for one saves time and money. Ladies, when you walk into a restaurant and see a man dining alone, what’s the first thought that comes to mind? After my divorce I dined alone for years at my favorite restaurant J. Alexander’s in Michigan and also in Houston after moving there. My favorite moments were when I had time to reflect and think.
Fellas if you’re always out on a date with a woman; how will you ever know yourself ? It’s a distraction when going through the “self discovery” season of life. Here is the up side to dining alone: Women from across the room desperately try to make eye contact with you hoping you’ll approach them to say hello. Secure confident men will give her a pass knowing he’s in “self discovery mode.” Many times I wonder…
” What are ladies thinking as they sit for happy hour? “
I would wave and gently smile walking by headed out of the restaurant all while thinking…
“Ladies you have just been given a pass; because I’m not too far removed from the man I use to be.” Fellas be EPIC and know you don’t have to stop and talk to every beautiful face in the room when you’re in “self discovery mode.” Stay encouraged.
Tune in tonight at 6PM (CST) / 7PM (EST) as we discuss "Dinning for 1?"
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On Wednesday November 26th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst,join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field paleontologist Ken McKeighen as he discusses ichnology with his co-host Ken Boorman on the Fine Art of Paleontology. Ichnofossils are trace fossils and can tell us much about the interactions of animals with their environment. Trace fossils include feeding trails, tracks, coprolites, bite marks, insect borings and much more in the fossil record.
Monday December 15th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen as he and Ken Boorman discuss the echinoderms, a group of animals that includes crinoids, blastoids, cystoids, starfish, urchins and sea cucumbers. Ken McKeighen has studied and collected many species of echinoids in deposits from Indiana to New Mexico Including complete crinoids, cystoids and blastoids from Indiana's famous Silurian deposits. Chat with us on the homepage of our website and ask your questions for the guys. We will answer them live on the air and our webpage.
On Monday December 8th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as the discuss fish in the fossil record. Ken McKeighen has collected fish fossils at several locations in New Mexico and has collected paleoniscids, sharks and acanthodians.What secrets do these fossil records hold ?
Special guest, Laura Lee, popular professional and "radio-medium," and keynote speaker who has toured with nearly every "Spiritual Guru" you can think of, will be back on the show by popular demand to talk about the support and healing available to each of us from the spirit world - angels, spirit guides, and our loved ones who have crossed over. Her message is that we are never alone.
Laura has the incredible gift of being able to access the link between the physical and spiritual worlds. She can see, feel, hear, and know what the other side needs to communicate with the living.
Laura Lee, popular, loved and enjoyed by many listeners every time she comes on the show, has partnered with Randi Fine, the host of A Fine Time For Healing, to be a monthly guest.
Save the date and call in early for a chance to speak to Laura.
For more information about Laura Lee, please visit her website http://www.MediumLauraLee.com
Listen to previous shows with Laura Lee:
Talk With Spiritual Medium Laura Lee
Support and Healing From the Spiritual World With Psychic Medium Laura Lee
Psychic Medium Laura Lee Talks to the Dead and Angels Too
On Monday October 20th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss shale, what it represents and the fossils it contains on the next Fine Art of Paleontology. Shale deposits contain some of the best... fossils with excellent preservation that can include soft parts. One example is the famous middle Cambrian Burgess Shale deposit found in British Columbia or the famous Green River Shale found in Wyoming.
On Monday December 1st.at 8pm est, 7pm cst, and 5pm pst, joinNew Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman will discuss the Synapsid Dimetrodon, new discoveries and insights. Ken McKeighen has been doing field research into the Lower Permian and has collected several specimens of Dimetrodon for the New Mexico Museum of Natural History including a new large round spined species that was a contemporary of another smaller species of Dimetrodon in New Mexico Deposit. Exciting discoveries for all you paleo lovers.
Have you ever wondered how you loved ones who have passed are doing or what happens after we die?
Special guest, Roberta Grimes, afterlife expert, author of several books including her newest one, The Fun of Staying in Touch, business attorney, novelist, and dynamic speaker will be returning to A Fine Time for Healing to talk about how our deceased loved ones contact us and how we can contact them.
Roberta has done decades of research on the topic of Life After Death. She has found proof beyond any reasonable doubt that life does go on and that our loved ones who have passed are still very much alive. Today she will talk about the many ways in which our loved ones are able to contact us from the other side. She will tell us how to recognize the signs they send us, whether subtle or obvious, and will explain how we can communicate with them as well.
Roberta Grimes assures us that life survives death. This is a show you do not want to miss. Be sure to save the date!
To learn more about Roberta Grimes and her books, please visit http://www.robertagrimes.com
Listen to Roberta Grimes previous show on A Fine Time for Healing, The Afterlife: What Really Happens Next?
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We've have got such an exciting segment for you tonight as we explore some great elements in Antique Collectibles and Decorative Fine Arts! I'm so excited because this is a favorite subject of mine as antique bronze sculptures are very captivating for me. I love all of the intricate detailing and fabulous finishes with antique bronzing. Join us tonight as we go over various aspects of Fine ARts with Australian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco Bronzes.. and many more...
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Our conversation is centered around Maryann's journey with her own mother's dementia and eventual passing and how she was able to stay in her own feminine power appropriately, as she dealt with this sad and final phase of her mother’s life. She will also talk about how she is walking a ‘fine line’ between being both the parent and the child with her 94 year young father.
Experiencing first hand that it’s never too late to create a loving, harmonious relationship with your loved ones; she is passionate about helping others do the same.
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On Monday November 10th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field paleontologist Ken McK...eighen along with Ken Boorman as they discuss trilobites. These marvels of evolution have an amazing fossil record. Fascinating fossils from extinct anthropods.Trilobites form one of the earliest known groups of arthropods.