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"We don't travel first class. And so when we have other ladies, especially who say, 'Oh, I would love to travel with you two,' the first thing I always do is look at their hands. If they are well-manicured, they do not want to travel with us," Hazelip said.




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However, without the right beauty knowledge, many older women will continue to make a litany of mistakes when applying their makeup. Elise Marquam Jahns, a makeup artist who works with women over 40, told Byrdie that "information on makeup for women over 40 is definitely needed." That's where we come in. Here are the most common beauty blunders by mature women and how to fix them.


When speaking with Allure, makeup artist Sandy Linter advised mature women to use a buildable foundation. That way, it's easier to control how much you're wearing. Chrisanne Davis provided Allure with another trick to keep foundation out of fine lines: She dampens a makeup sponge and presses it over wrinkles to catch any extra foundation that might settle there. Brilliant.


Blush can make you look younger if applied correctly, which is why mature women gravitate to it, despite sometimes overdoing it. When it's done incorrectly, blush can look severe. To avoid this common mistake, HuffPost recommends using a sheer blush in a hue that is flattering for your skin tone. The publication continued, "Women with fair and medium skin tones should look for rosy pinks and peaches, and darker skin tones look best with coral and berry shades."


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You know, Willie Sutton said, that's why he went into banks. We have a mature market -- we have to expand, we have to grow. But we can't turn our backs on the people in the United States who, for example, in poor, urban communities are not in the economy and don't feel the effects of the economy. And that's why technology is such a liberating, empowering force that the President and the Vice President pushed so hard, because it does connect a lot of people who are disconnected from a thriving -- the most thriving economy in the world to that economy and creates opportunity for them.


She is perhaps fourteen or fifteen-years-old, and already a mature woman, cocoa-skinned and sandy-haired, a thin tattoo running through her light eyebrows, her face unmarked by the usual pegs a Yanonami pierces through her earlobes, nose and mouth. If I come back in a year or two, she'll already look old and tired, beaten down by the tough life and her husband'sclubbings. A Yanonami woman carries those head scars too. The one near her is probably still in her twenties, but she looks sixty, her breasts already hanging flat and withered. Her life is difficult to imagine. If she is abandoned or widowed, she will become a prostitute for the entire tribe, to be raped and beaten by any man who wishes, without protection from anyone.


Research has shown that employees who are over 50 have a wealth of experience and are usually great leaders and communicators, are highly organized, loyal, productive, reliable, and great problem solvers. The fact that more than one third of businesses are started by those over 50 and that these businesses have greater staying power, proves how valuable the mature worker can be.


Sandy Loam SoilSara and Eric next talk about the growing conditions at Oakland Cemetery. When we think about the southeast much of it is compacted red clay. But, of course this is a very old site. What would we have seen a hundred and fifty, two hundred years ago? Would one have found a nice, rich SANDY LOAM SOIL, is that what is present at most of the old sites, has that not been disturbed over the many years? Yes, in fact they have a very sandy soil here, maybe even sandier than sandy loam at times. And it can be difficult when the droughts come, to keep it moist. For More Information Click Here


Big TreesStructurally, with old cemeteries, one of the things that is most important are the BIG TREES. Cemeteries are often times a wonderful repository of plant genetics that go back a long, long time. Many of these trees are well over a hundred years old and, and it is interesting to walk through and see plants that would have been used in gardening a long, long time ago. Many of them are the natives that we know well from this era, but also there are many unusual plants that have survived because cemeteries are protected spaces. This is true and they do love their mature trees. For More Information Click Here


Sara and Eric next talk about the growing conditions at Oakland Cemetery. When we think about the southeast much of it is compacted red clay. But, of course this is a very old site. What would we have seen a hundred and fifty, two hundred years ago? Would one have found a nice, rich SANDY LOAM SOIL, is that what is present at most of the old sites, has that not been disturbed over the many years? Yes, in fact they have a very sandy soil here, maybe even sandier than sandy loam at times. And it can be difficult when the droughts come, to keep it moist. When they built Oakland and as the families built these walls, they had to fill in behind them with something and down the hill was a creek. So many of the workmen, they believe, just went down there with their horse and cart, one must go back quite a few years, and would haul up a load of sand and would fill it in with that. Thus they had extremely good drainage. The real challenge here is to keep enough water on things rather than to keep things from rotting. That's a great, great foundation for a garden unless one wants to grow hostas.


Eric has noticed a greenhouse on the property and assumes that it must have been part of the story of Oakland Cemetery. Is it still in use? The greenhouse today is not a historic greenhouse but they do still use it. Actually Oakland Cemetery had the first greenhouse in the city of Atlanta in 1872. It was built because the ladies needed a place to over-winter their tender plants and in 1873 they had to build another one because the first one was full and the ladies needed more space. So, even then horticulture was booming. Today they use it for propagation and things like that. The greenhouse is actually on the footprint of an 1899 greenhouse but as one can readily see it has gotten bigger and bigger and bigger. They still use the greenhouse, now primarily to winter tender plants, bananas, things like that. They also over winter some of the container plants in the greenhouse.


Structurally, with old cemeteries, one of the things that is most important are the BIG TREES. Cemeteries are often times a wonderful repository of plant genetics that go back a long, long time. Many of these trees are well over a hundred years old and, and it is interesting to walk through and see plants that would have been used in gardening a long, long time ago. Many of them are the natives that we know well from this era, but also there are many unusual plants that have survived because cemeteries are protected spaces. This is true and they do love their mature trees. They may not have as many as they would like for a variety of reasons. For example, the walls limit the root spread, many places are sandy, thus drainage is a problem, plus the urban pollution that has happened in the last few years. But there are many unique plants. One of Sara's favorites would be the southern magnolia. They have quite a few of those and they really speak of the south and speak of the victorian era. They also have a variety of oaks and other wonderful native trees. That said, they lost quite a few in March of 2008 when a tornado landed in Oakland in two spots and took out over a 110 mature trees. So, they now have a lot of space where they have been planting a lot of new and different varieties. Eric wonders what are some of the trees that Sara particularly is excited about and maybe some of these new selections they are now adding to the collection of plants at Oakland? In a way one of the fun things about this job has been trying to juxtapose the old and the new. They try to start with the native trees and the native species and with the plants that they know the victorians gardened with but then they do add the new and the different. The southern magnolia has been mentioned. One they're watching and hoping they'll be able to continue to enjoy is a southern magnolia called Baby Grand. It is not supposed to get over ten feet wide. So far it is holding up really well. 041b061a72


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