Monday, November 11, 2013

Happy Veterans Day!


On this beautiful Monday that some of us have off of work and school, let us not forget the supreme sacrifice of our service men and woman as well as their families; their commitment to the safety and well being of our country is deeply appreciated!

I am honored to work directly with many of these individuals as a professor in the Coastline College Military Program...some are valiantly completing their degrees while deployed overseas while others are on the home front,  bravely waiting for the safe return of their spouse.  Also, both of my grandfathers served in the military...I am proud of their service! 

Please feel free to comment on your own experience or connection with the armed services and have a blessed day...xoxo,

--The Beauty Professor

P.S.  I just returned from another round of travel and am happy to report good things on the blog in the coming days...Surratt, Chanel, Koh Gen Do, Edward Bess, Givenchy, Napoleon Perdis and Tom Ford Men on the horizon!

4 comments:

  1. Hello BP,
    Can't wait for your surratt review I got 8 of his eyeshadows and the eye baton all gorgeous. Have a great day

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    1. Hello Melissa!

      That is fantastic to hear...I am so impressed with the Surratt line so far! I was in Vegas this weekend and got an insane amount of swatches at Barneys...they should be live soon!

      xoxo,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  2. Hi Rachel,

    Thanks for the post. My dad in law served in Europe and when he passed away a couple years ago, we were honored with a certificate signed by President Obama. It is a difficult day for me as I am Japanese and of course, my parents were on the "wrong side" as it were. Nonetheless,our family moved here over 40 years ago and 3 out of 4 members of our family became proud American citizens. My dad was a college professor, just like you! I vote religiously in every election. I love your reviews and eagerly await your latest beauty explorations!

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    1. Hello Teadivamuse!

      As always, wonderful to hear from you. Thank you for sharing your story...I so appreciate the rich and interesting legacies of family and love that your dad was a professor! Happy to be a fellow American with you!

      Thanks for being such a lovely reader...xoxo and talk soon,

      --The Beauty Professor

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