Dog bites. Dog bites? Theft. Vandalism. Fire. Floods. Pestilence. Well, maybe not pestilence. But unplanned events like these—and more—happen to people every day. Life has a way of throwing curve balls. And one way to be prepared is to insure yourself for them.
For intuitive healer Jane Andrianova of Violet Flame Healing and Guidance, her experience with something called a twin flame experience led to a long road to self-discovery. That road led to a career offering intuitive, hands-on energy healing, sound healing and spiritual guidance.
Well, not much has happened in the last month other than the polar ice caps melting, Pres. Trump’s trial going to the Senate, Australia on fire, and the hemp industry not being the goldmine a lot of people thought it was.
“If your visual system isn’t working optimally, your ability to learn suffers,” says Eric Dukes, COVD, of Progressive Optometry in Ashland (2325 Ashland Street). “Attention equals vision; that’s how we interpret and make sense of the world.”
Take a drive down E. Main in downtown Ashland, and you’ll see a plethora of sturdy, nice-looking awnings adorning many of the storefronts. Quite a few of them were designed and installed by Deluxe Awning, located at 260 4th Street,