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JULY • AUGUST • SEPTEMBER ‘13

It’s ALL About

WOMEN... It’s ALL About

ATTITUDE!

Ayaka Toya


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Publisher’s Prattle The hot days of summer are here! There’s just nothing like the sultry, sunny days of July and August. We look forward to them in February and wish them away by the end of August. But, that’s the beauty of Kentucky – we always have a season to look forward to! It seems like we celebrate July 4th and immediately start talking about “x” number of days until school starts. Our lives are hectic and the days fly by. We need to remind ourselves to slow down and “stop to smell the roses.” I lost my sister on May 9th. I “stop” frequently to think about her. I treasure every day that we had together and every memory is priceless. I also “stop” to think about a wedding. My daughter is getting married July 19th to a wonderful guy. I look forward to making memories at that event and I am excited about the new path her life is taking. FLAIR celebrates life by featuring people you know (or would like to know), by sharing inspiring stories, and just talking about the regular fun stuff! Belinda Saltzman, Publisher

Summer and back- to- school articles fill this issue. Thank you for being a FLAIR reader! —Belinda Saltzman

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July/August/September 2013

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14 The Poet’s Moon

Tricia Crawford Design Director

16 Something Old

Lisa Frye

featured women 5 A Peek into Paradise Sebrina Erskine

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18 Summer Skin Care

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24 Beach Blanket Classics

Tackles Dyslexia

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22 First Comes Love...

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Dr. Eric Kelley

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— Contributing Writers — Jim Browning Michele Hinton Barbara Johnson Pam McGuffey Leona Morelock Belinda Saltzman Casandra Spears Patty Sue Sutherland

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8 Shout Out To Sheila 10 1/2 Full of... 26 Wine-0-1-1 30 Word Buzz When You’re Stressed

Cover Design by Ayaka Toya Ayaka Toya, a graduate of Greenwood High School, designed the cover for this issue. Ayaka was a senior in Beverly Oliver’s art class. She was awarded the Gold Key Award - Scholastic Art Competition. Ayaka was a first place winner in the Bowling Green Woman’s Club Art Show. She will be attending an Art College in Japan where she will aspire to become a professional artist.

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A Peek into Paradise

— By Belinda Saltzman

Some days are just really special. The day I interviewed Sebrina Erskine was one of those. I drove to the interview feeling overwhelmed with life. I pulled into the parking lot, glanced at the cheerful purple building and the bright neon sign, Paradise Point, and a big smile happened to my face! The next hour of talking with Sebrina was the high point of what had been a rough couple of weeks for me. Sebrina wants Paradise Point to be a fun distraction from the everyday details of life. It works! Ok, let’s back up now and see how a businesswoman whose college degree is in Medical Records ended up in Paradise. Sebrina attended WKU 1978-1981. During her freshman year, she went on a blind date with John Erskine, fell in love that night, and married him in 1981. When John opened his chiropractic practice in 1983, Sebrina managed the business office for 8 years. Sebrina also managed to teach women’s Bible study groups and has been involved in women’s ministry her entire adult life. Sebrina and John both are people who “think outside the box.” Following that path led them in 1991 to start Gasper River Retreat, a corporate training and outdoor team building facility on Gasper River. Sebrina was the director and training guide. In 2000 they sold the retreat, and Sebrina needed an outlet for her creative side and her abundance of energy. She has always loved what she fondly calls junking. Her husband says, “The difference between a hoarder and a junker is a SHOP!” So, they opened their own little treasure trove of junk, The Boomerang. However, as happens in life, duty called and Sebrina was needed in John’s office on a full time basis. They sold the Boomerang and resumed their routine family and business life. Like an itch that needs scratching, the Erskines are always searching for ways to combine work and fun — so in 2005 John happened upon a warehouse building at Barren River Lake, a perfect location to display their junking finds and have a little weekend hot dog stand, thus Paradise Point opened for business. So Sebrina worked at running John’s office, taught 2 Bible studies, was raising 2 children, and going to “Paradise” for her weekend fun. Life threw a curve ball at the Erskines when Sebrina was diagnosed in October 2010 with Myasthenia Gravis, an autoimmune disease. That condition led to an enlarged thymus gland, which ended up being cancerous. Sebrina has had surgery and undergone radiation treatment for the cancer but still deals with all the ups and downs of the autoimmune disease. She says that this health situation was a pivotal point in her family’s life. They decided that they wanted a simpler lifestyle, they wanted to live at the lake, and they wanted to focus on the FUN part of their life, Paradise Point. Sebrina says, “I also learned 3 important lessons: 1. It’s ok NOT to do EVERYTHING; 2. It’s ok to ASK for HELP; 3. We need to REST.” Paradise Point has evolved into a unique modern day “general store.” It’s a weekend gathering place with delicious home cooked breakfast, quality antiques and funky junk, Barren River Lake memorabilia, cool gift items, and music that makes you tap your foot or sing along! The Erskines have followed many paths in their lives and in Sebrina’s words, “all roads lead to home.” A visit to Paradise Point will transport you to “happyville” or at the very least put a smile on your face!

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D r.Eric K elley

We have a celebrity in our midst! Dr. Eric Kelley, a successful family dentist, is also a nationally acclaimed water skier. Eric grew up with a river in his backyard, the Little Miami River, close to Dayton Ohio. Boating and water skiing were on the family activity agenda as soon as weather allowed. Eric started water skiing at the age of 6 and by the time he was in high school, he was competing in and winning ski tournaments regularly. His water ski competition was put “on hold” when Eric entered Centre College, Danville, KY. and played offensive guard on the football team. He had the honor of serving as captain of the team and was an “all conference” player all 4 years of his college career. After graduating from Centre in 1988, Eric attended and graduated from University of Louisville Dental School then did his residency in surgical and hospital dentistry at University of Kentucky. After completing his residency in 1994, Dr. Kelley acquired the Bowling Green dental practice of retiring Dr. Charles “Buddy” Carter. As soon as time allowed, Eric resumed his avid passion for water skiing and started competing again in national tournaments. He has won multiple state championships, especially in the slalom event. He currently holds the KY. State record in the slalom event for his age division. Eric has competed in Michigan, Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and California. He was very excited in 2012 to place 4th in the 35 and older age division national competition in Vancouver, Canada. The event was open to any skier 35 and older so there were several professional skiers who competed in that division. Dr. Kelley keeps his skills honed by practicing 4 or 5 evenings a week during warm months at a watershed lake in Lewisburg, KY. Luckily he has a practice partner. His son Josh is a fierce competitor who won the national slalom championship at age 10 in Bakersfield, California. Josh is ranked near the top in Nationals, 18 and under division. The Kelley family tradition of water skiing thrives! Flair salutes our local dentist and National Water Skiing Champion!

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My family: • Son - Russ • Dachshunds - Gidget & Chelsea • Sister - Donna & family • Parents - Dottie & Curry My work: Art Teacher at Greenwood High

I wish I drove a: B ugatti Bugatti The best thing invented (for me) was: A back yard with flowers

If I had not become a teacher, I would be: An architect or oceanographer My friends say I am: ve Spontaneous & creati creative If I wrote a book about my life, the title would be: “Flybutters and Hoppergrasses” - Life is Good!

If I were an animal, I’d be: Someone’s spoiled rotten canine My natural hair color is: I did not know that hair had a “natural” color! The best thing that ever happened to me: There are so many “best” things... Family & good friends are on to top p of my list! 12 • Flair • 2013 • July/August/September


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The Poet’s Moon — By Michele L. Hinton

I sit upon the shore bathed in the light of the poet’s moon. The quiet of the evening is broken by the whispering of the tide. A zephyr carried upon the waves caresses my cheek as a lover’s touch. I close my eyes and listen to the symphony of the sea. The quiet of the evening is broken by the whispering of the tide. A prelude to a concert performed by the rhythmic rolling of the waves; Then a mighty roar comes to my ears, as the sea crashes against the rocks, Tantalizing my senses with its majestic beauty and humbling power. A zephyr carried upon the waves caresses my cheek as a lover’s touch. The sea gulls sing their songs, as the dolphins dance beneath the poet’s moon. The sea grass sways upon the shore applauding the performance. My poet’s soul is cleansed and inspired as nature’s harmonies give praise to God’s glory. I close my eyes and listen to the symphony of the sea. Can a poet’s pen capture the essence of such splendor? The evening is alive with sounds carried upon a breeze, As I sit upon the shore bathed in the light of the poet’s moon. 14 • Flair • 2013 • July/August/September


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Gail sighed when she announced to the Class-y Mates that her granddaughter, Kelsi Glass, had become engaged to John Kelly. “How will I put together a spring wedding in Kentucky when I’m in Florida for the winter?” The date was set for April 27 2013. Gail took care of the details that could be handled by phone and email. The Lyric On Main in Scottsville was selected as the venue. Through social networking, Gail found a dedicated photographer, Stephani Jeaux DeVine, who immediately bonded with the By Pam McGuffey Class-y Mates. She traveled to Lexington to shoot the engagement session; she joined us at our sleepover/planning session at “our” cottage at the lake; she recommended hair and nail salons, and she even helped us decorate! Networking also led to a DJ, DJ Johnny Lightning, to provide entertainment – and, he happens to be authorized to perform weddings - a perfect solution for the couple who preferred a secular ceremony. Now, what about decorations? Kelsi wanted to use shades of purple and vintage, shabbychic décor. Oh, this would be easy! We could assemble quite a collection of our grandmothers’ crocheted pieces, lacy tablecloths, vases, candlesticks, etc. We raided chests, drawers, shelves, and closets. We scoured thrift stores, consignment shops, and yard sales. What about flowers? No worries! Blooming flowers are plentiful in south-central Kentucky in April – Iris, dogwood, lilac, forsythia, and wisteria. Each of the Class-y Mates has flowers, or generous neighbors with flowers. Perfect! The Class-y Mates gathered at The Lyric the day before the wedding to decorate. It was amazing to see what we had accumulated! We unpacked boxes and bags, piling the treasures onto a central worktable – “ooh”-ing and “ahh”-ing all the while. The Class-y Mates set about decorating the fifteen tables, taking frequent breaks to assess our work. “What about this?” and “Is this OK?” Every table was unique and every one was gorgeous. On the morning of the wedding, the Class-y Mates met to prepare food for the reception. Overnight, Eric, owner of The Lyric, had arranged the seating and tidied up for the ceremony. Chaos had been transformed into serenity. We were quite impressed with ourselves, but there was little time to bask in our glory. The flowers had to be arranged. There were melons and fruit to be cut into chunks for skewering, ham and cheese to roll up, and shrimp to boil. The morning was punctuated with lastminute concerns: “Don’t forget the lavender punch!” and “What time will the tuxes be delivered?” and “It’s raining!” As usual, everything turned out fine. The guests and the bridal party had no idea how many laughs, hugs, and tears went into making the day. Kelsi and John are on their way to “happily ever after” – with a little help from “something old” – the Class-y Mates.

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“The Class-y Mates” is a group of seven women who have been friends for more than fifty years. Each chose a different life path, but they meander in and out of each other’s lives from time to time.


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SUMMER SKIN CARE Hit a Home Run with These 10 Tips — By Barbara Johnson

It’s summer. Slip on your favorite T-shirt. Look in the mirror. What do you see? Dry flaky arms and legs. Pale skin tone and a blemish beginning to form in an oily spot on your face. Don’t panic. With the right care, your skin can go from sorry to show stopping with only a few changes. Skin care is a broad term that refers to everything from hygiene to anti-aging regimens. Summer skin care refers to all skin from your forehead to your toes from mid-March to mid-September.  Sunscreen is Your BFF. UVA rays will prematurely age your skin and UVB rays will burn your skin. When the UV index is high, your skin burns in as little as 10-15 minutes. On a cloudy day, your skin can be exposed to up to 40 percent of the sun’s UV rays. Choose a sunscreen with SPF of at least 15. Lighter, fair skin, use SPF 30. Apply your sunscreen 20-30 minutes before going outside.  Face Cream with Spot Corrector of SPF 30. Get rid of dark spots and freckles. Vitamins and botanicals fade spots by interrupting melanin production. In the morning, wear brighteners that are antioxidants, such as Vitamin C and soy. At night, use products with an alpha hydroxy acid or retinoid.  Extra Exfoliation. You sweat more in the summer, so dirt and oils are trapped and close your pores. Pores look obvious in hot, humid weather so adding one extra exfoliation session per week reduces the size of the pores and you look fresher.  Find the Right Moisturizer. Look for moisturizers labeled noncomedogenic - does not clog pores. Clean, clear pores will ensure fewer breakouts. People with dry skin need a cream-base. Those with oily skin need a liquid, waterbased moisturizer.  Don’t Scrub too Hard. Your skin produces oil to help seal in moisture and keep the skin hydrated. Scrubbing oily patches, and using alcohol-based cleansers stimulates oil glands. Less oil production to start with means less oil on the skin.  Don’t Wash too Frequently. Washing your face twice a day is enough to remove dirt and oil buildup. In the summer, you also might consider using a cleanser with salicylic acid at night. These cleaners remove dead skin cells that may clog.  Don’t Touch Your Face. Hands transfer oil and dirt. Hair is oily too, so pull it back to keep it from making your skin greasy.  Take Cool Showers. Taking cooler, shorter showers will amp up skin’s natural oil attributes.  Use Fragrance Free Soaps. Trade in rich, foamy soaps for milder, fragrance-free ones.  Take It Easy with the Towel. Leave skin slightly damp, and when you apply moisturizer, you will help seal in the extra moisture left on your skin. Summer can throw you a curve ball, but with a few simple changes to your daily routine, you’ll hit a home run. Healthy glowing summer skin attracts attention. Clear, hydrated skin can be yours by using sunscreen, exfoliation, and moisturizer.

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Bonnie Nicks: A Mother and Speech Therapist Tackles DYSLEXIA — By Belinda Saltzman

Bonnie Nicks recognized a problem and has dedicated her new career to helping those with dyslexia. Bonnie shares how she became involved with a dyslexia learning center: “Dyslexia is common in my family. My husband and two of my three children are dyslexic, as well as my mom and one of my sisters. As a Speech Therapist, I knew my son was very intelligent but struggling with academics related to memorizing, reading, writing and spelling as early as his preschool years. I started looking for answers. The process was tedious and often frustrating. Finally, when my son was in high school, I attended my first training on dyslexia and came home telling my husband that I wanted to train in this because it was an area of desperate need everywhere, but especially here in Bowling Green.” After extensive training in screening and diagnosing dyslexia and advanced training in a tutoring methodology, Bonnie opened The Learning Center in August of 2007. In order to meet the individual needs of a wide variety of struggling students, Bonnie expanded her initial training by becoming a certified Barton Reading Tutor, dyslexia testing specialist, and a certified provider of processing and cognitive enhancement therapy. The Learning Center has a very appropriate acronym, TLC. The Center is focused on providing specialized tutoring for students with dyslexia, academic coaching for students with executive function weaknesses such as planning, organization of A te thoughts, organization of ac materials, working memory, hom h e r s e n e wi initiation, etc., and th a t t h e f o l l specialized programming six-y o w i n g for students with auditory, earold b n o t e visual, and/or linguistic oy: processing issues. Tha Bonnie’s reward is t bo watching her y wa S s ome students’ self esteem o time f the soar when they h A l b e ave b m o s t b ee discover that they rt ri Tho Einstein n knownlliant mi CAN learn to read, nd to Ben m a s E , A l e x jami ande have ds of our diso write, and spell n n ysle r ,W Fra Gr W using methods Johnolfgang nklin, L inston C aham B xia: L e n n Amad eonar h u r c e l l , that are hi d e on, t specialized to o meus Moz o Da Vinll, a ci, n r t, tion their needs. “I love to o n l y and a few watch them come to recognize . their gifts in relation to their dyslexia and other special gifts they have.” The Learning Center continues to grow and continually looks for ways to expand their efforts to meet the needs of dyslexic children and their families. The Center provides development training to teachers and educator groups across the state. For more information about The Learning Center visit http://www.tutoringroom.com One determined mother is making a difference in hundreds of families in our community. Flair salutes you, Bonnie Nicks!

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