Sunday, May 13, 2012
10200 Little Brier Creek Lane
Raleigh, North Carolina 27617
(919) 806-3406 (phone)
(919) 361-4962 (fax)
10 am to 6 pm (Monday thru Saturday)
12 noon to 5 pm (Sunday)
In 1904, Thomasville sold only one product--a chair. Today, this furniture retailer has grown from one store to more than 150 independently-owned home furnishing stores and more than 400 leading independent retail stores.
Thomasville has home furnishings like living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, office furniture, entertainment centers, and more. Design consultants are on site and available through home calls to guide you through the maze of colors, fabrics, textures, and more. The Raleigh location, in Brier Creek, is a two-story showroom that will inspire you.
The Raleigh store also carries Drexel Heritage and Henredon furniture. Other Thomasville showrooms in North Carolina include Greenville, Jamestown, and Pineville. Collections include the popular Ernest Hemingway®, Fredericksburg, Cinnamon Hill, and Modern Theory. New collections are introduced twice a year. Floor samples and clearance items are available, particularly at this time of year (after the High Point Furniture Market). A great financing program and gift cards are also available.
Even though Memorial Day comes at the end of the month, Thomasville has something very special to offer you and your family--the Memorial Day Sale starts right now! They offer huge savings with some extra-special savings on several sofa frames. And don't forget the wide selection of area rugs, wall art, accessories, and custom soft goods with no interest financing (with payments) through January 2014.
Friday, May 11, 2012
From one mother to another,
You are awesome and rock like no other.
Proud parent that you are,
You are one to count on, no matter how far.
Thank God my mother is still alive.
Without her I wouldn’t be able to even drive.
She is 84 and still going strong.
Though she has her moments, in my eyes, she can do no wrong.
I love my mother with all my heart.
She is my middle, my end, and my start.
Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers everywhere!
Mothers are a gift to everyone and they really do care!
Saturday, May 05, 2012
Instead of having just one day dedicated to Mother’s Day;
Why not celebrate Mother’s Every Day?
Mothers cook, clean, raise children, work, and take care of everything else aboard.
But, mothers deserve constant recognition and never-ending reward.
Mothers need love, devotion, and attention so we can continue to grow.
Because being a good mother requires many sacrifices you never even know.
Watching “An Imitation of Life,” I learned exactly what sacrifice really means.
Looking at my mother, now 84, I realize my sacrifices to her mean nothing but beans.
Being that I don’t have to struggle like she did while she raised me.
And understanding how blessed I am to still have her, is quite easy to see.
With life so full of uncertainties and the world out-of-control today.
My recommendation…Praise our Mother’s Every Day.
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Being that 2010 was such an eventful year;
My mind, body, and my soul now know no fear.
Unemployed, struggling to survive, and barely making ends meet;
Believing in GOD and me, conquered many a defeat.
Head-of-household, trying to raise a teenage child;
Many days seemed so hectic, making life less than mild.
Trying to hold onto a meaningful relationship with your significant other;
Only to lose the battle to ongoing problems faced with your child and your mother.
Struggles big; struggles small.
No matter who you are, struggles plague us all.
Struggling to survive, surviving just to struggle.
Not knowing where to go, where to run, or even where to snuggle.
Beating your fists up against the wall;
Not knowing where to turn or whom to call.
But, nothing compares to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s struggle; that between black and white.
And by joining in the celebration of his birthday on January 17th, it is as J. J. Evans “Good Times” often said, “Dyn-o-mite!”
Saturday, January 09, 2010
She loves you; she loves you not.
He loves you; he loves you not.
First, you spend every waking moment together.
Then, you can’t wait until the day you find someone better.
Then, that special day in February suddenly comes creeping around.
And buying that lovely gift or doing that extra deed, you're now bound.
Do you still take your selfish girlfriend out for that a very pricy dinner?
Do you still show him love, regardless of his recent blunder?
If you’re lucky enough to have the love of a lifetime,
Don’t take it for granted, since another may be waiting in line.
Don’t panic if you don’t have someone to wear that shiny, new bling,
Just remember, you're not alone because, “Love Is a Many Complicated Thing
Sure, lovers come and lovers go.
But, true love doesn't just go with flow.
Giving totally to someone is probably our greatest fear.
But, if and when you do, it can be an experience, so far; so near.
Being with someone who just doesn't care,
Is like being with someone just for a dare.
And, when it's finally over and you go your separate ways,
You ask yourself, "Was it really worth it, wasting all those days?"
And, just how would someone like me know?
Well, let's see, I've been divorced long enough to know that he's remarried to Mrs. So and So.
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Sam finally rescues Jason and makes him promise that he won't die on her as she does her best to care for his wounds. But, unknown to them, Jerry has returned to the abandoned church.
And, poor Nikolas is so drunk and upset about Rebecca's betrayal, that he pulls Elizabeth into a passionate kiss, just as Lucky arrives at Wyndemere. Oops!
Tea gets Matthew to deliver an emotional, heartfelt testimony in the courtroom as to why he should be emancipated from Bo and Nora Buchanan. Meanwhile, a desperate Elijah still holds a secret over Tea's head.
And, Blair is determined to find out what that secret is. Trying to steal Todd away from Tea, she plants a kiss on his lips. Surprisingly, Todd doesn't respond. Mad, Blair slaps him across the face! Well, it's about time! Yay, Todd, for finally standing up to Blair!
Well! The cat is finally out of the bag on "AMC." Jesse finally tells Angie the truth about Randi's part in murdering North and how he covered it up. Madison continues to taunt Frankie with Randi's affair with her husband, North, and the fact that Randi killed him later. Furious, Frankie goes to confront his father, Jesse.
Tuesday, May 05, 2009
Even though Edie is dead, life on Wisteria Lane continues...Katherine wants to get married but Mike obviously does not. Bree is determined to divorce Orson but must resort to desperate measures, when she finds out he is entitled to half of her catering business. Thus, she hires Susan's ex-husband, Karl, to help her do her dirty work.
Now, that Dave knows Susan was driving the car that killed his wife and child, he is bent upon revenge. So, he calls Susan and invites her and MJ on a fishing trip for the weekend. But, surprisingly, Jackson shows up with a marriage proposal instead.
Tom and Lynette are still having problems, since Tom wants sex and Lynette is always working late and dead tired when she gets home. Gabrielle has her hands full when her daughter, Juanita, starts wearing makeup, since she wants to look just like her mommy.
Thursday, March 05, 2009
After hearing Jason and Sam talk about his impending fate, Spinelli gets a fake passport and a plane ticket out of Port Charles to live life as a wanted man.
When Spinelli boards the plane, Winifred is in the seat behind him. Will she turn him in or will she go in hiding with him? I always knew she had a thing for Spinelli.
Meanwhile, Nadine is heartbroken when she realizes Nikolas and Rebecca are growing closer. In comes Matt, Patrick's brother, to the rescue. Very interesting...
Marty realizes Cole is on drugs and Cole doesn't seem to care, since she neglected him when he needed her the most. Looks like Nora's plan to get Marty back into Cole's life is taking a major turn for the worst.
Meanwhile, John confronts Blair and questions why she wants Marty in jail. One thing leads to another and they end up horizontal. Looks like Dorian and Ray may have some sparks flying, instead of just objects in her living room.
And Gigi has good reason to be worried about her little sister, Stacy, since Stacy overheard Layla talking to Christian about Rex's wild past.
Wednesday, March 04, 2009
Even though Krystal knows David is the father of Amanda's baby, she still goes through with the wedding. Meanwhile, Tad and Jake race Amanda to the hospital after she tells them she's spotting.
Now, that Amanda's scheme is revealed, JR is back on the bottle. Feeling guilty for abandoning Amanda, JR promises to protect her and their "child." Poor JR, he really is the village idiot!
What will happen next? Will JR be kept from the truth forever? Or will David step in and claim what is rightfully his? Is Krystal in for another surprise? Too bad she didn't read those "pre-nuptial agreement" papers David asked her to sign just minutes before they said, "I do!" Stay tuned...