Category: Love

Artbook #17: “Austin Cafe I”

Artbook #17: Austin Cafe I

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“Dear Helen, the earrings are beautiful. Exactly the size I wanted and the look. Pure and simple, so gorgeous. Thank you for knowing how to make them and help protect the earth at the same time. They came beautifully wrapped and when I saw them, it was such a thrill to get what I was hoping for. They are strong which is what I wanted. I have small ears so the size is perfect. Thank you again, for the beautiful earrings, wrapping, and all that you do. I am thrilled with the earrings.” — r.j.

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From now until September 30th, for every Helenbobelen.com purchase, a pair of Sterling Silver Thinnest And Strongest Thin Hoop Earrings in Dainty will be donated to a 501c3 benefitting children, animals, or the environment.

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Feed your mind of good happenings

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A podcast interview with this helenbobelen…

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Creative Minimalist Health And Wellness

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Animals are our friends…this being said, I fully accept you as you are…

Bullock Texas State History Museum

Astronaut…

 

The Bullock Museum

 

Walter Cronkite (who I met at an International Radio and Television Society conference in Arizona when I was my young twenties…)

 

Cowboys In Space Exhibit

 

Bullock Texas State History Museum’s Storytime

Blast Off!
We will take you out of this world as we explore space travel.

featured picture books:

If I Were An Astronaut
by Eric Braun and illustrated by Sharon Harmer

and

Gravity
by Jason Chin

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Q. Who’s invited?

A. Parents, grandparents, caregivers, and children ages 2-5 years old.

Q. What’s this Helenbobelen got to do with it?

A. While Family Programs Manager Angela Kennedy will be reading the stories, I’ll be facilitating/presenting/performing the movement and music portion which is based on a “Zero-Gravity vs. Gravity” theme. Through acoustic and pop music, we’ll explore sure-footed walking, parent-child ergonomics, spinal alignment, and even a little Moon Walking.

Q. When?

A. Thursday, August 22, 10-11am

Q. Where?

A. 1800 Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78701

Q. How much does it cost to get in?

  A. Storytime is free to the public.

Q. Why?

A. To broaden minds, strengthen bodies, connect souls, and have all ages interact with each other for a more fulfilled quality of life.

I look forward to seeing you there!

Love,
Helen