Thursday, October 26, 2017

Love this beauty segment on NBC New York about Lash Boost!

Check out this beauty segment on NBC New York featuring Lash Boost eyelash serum from Rodan + Fields. Buy it from me at https://mzech.myrandf.com/ under Enhancements. I've been using it since June 9th and it's amazing!



https://www.nbcnewyork.com/on-air/as-seen-on/Best-Products-to-Buy-From-Your-Friends_New-York-452521293.html



Thursday, October 19, 2017

Lash Boost - Look at my lashes! :)

Have you heard of Rodan + Fields' Lash Boost yet?  It's a nourishing serum that you put on your top lash line at night.  After only two weeks, I started noticing growth, and my lashes just kept getting longer, darker, and curlier!  I've been using it for four months now, and everyone is noticing and commenting on my lashes.  It's so much easier and cheaper than extensions, and naturally long lashes look so much prettier than obvious false lashes - and, you don't have to worry about them falling off, or getting them on!

NBC New York just did a segment about Lash Boost and some other beauty products. Their remarks were "results, results, results!"


I'm a consultant, and you can buy this on my website and start growing your own gorgeous lashes! https://mzech.myrandf.com/  Find it under "Enhancements."






Wednesday, July 12, 2017

The Lost Racing Pigeon - Found and helped! :)

So, this weekend, I found a lost racing pigeon with a band on its leg, looking weak and just hanging out on the side of my parents' house.

I've always been a little afraid of birds since a chicken scared me once when I was 5, but I have had to help two other birds, so I'm getting over my fear of touching them. Their well-being is more important.

I crumbled up a cracker for it, and gave it a bowl of water, which it didn't seem interested in. I posted photos on Facebook and went on to my friend's house, but then came back to check on it later, and it was still there. My mom's cousin is a nature guy, and he replied to my Facebook post telling me about a man I should call who raises birds and could probably identify it.  So, I called that man, and he asked if I could catch it and bring it to him. That was pretty easy to do because the pigeon didn't move very fast. 

He told me that it was a young bird from the Chicago area, and that AU stands for American Union of Racing Pigeons. Chicago is the club it came from. 2017 is the year it was born and banded, and 8214 is its ID number. He turned it over and showed me its protruding breastbone with no plumpness around it. It also would fall over when it walked. He said it was severely dehydrated and had feather mites. He was going to put something on it's back for that (something like Frontline for birds) to kill all the bugs on it and get it re-hydrated and call the lady in Chicago that he thinks owns it. 

Afterwards, I found this website, which where you can find the owner of the bird if you find a banded one. Mine came Burbank, IL (the man was right about the owner) and was found in Southwest Michigan. 

The website also has a tab that explains how to care for them. It said to give them bird seed or raw grains and a bowl of water at least 1-inch deep because they put their beaks in and suck the water up.  It also said to pour some water into the bowl so they can hear and see it and realize that there's water in there because they might not know because it doesn't look like their usual bowl or water supply. 


I pray every night for children and animals who need help, and ask God to lead me to ones I can help, or to lead them to me, so I think it's Divine Providence that this bird found its way to my parents' house on the day that I visited (although God could have just lead it to a vet or to the man I took it to), but I'm so glad He chose me and I was able to get help for it.☺