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Eureka! Now On For Sat-Sun Brunch In Uptown

by Jennifer Thomas

Eureka!, the new modern American restaurant located in the heart of West Village on the corner of Blackburn and McKinney, announces the addition of weekend brunch. 257 more words


Jennifer Thomas is offering Christmas Gift Baskets!

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I want to give a special thanks to Jennifer Thomas. Her amazingly beautiful music has inspired me creatively while working on photography, writing, sharing spiritual things on the internet, or driving in my car. 148 more words


Hope Finds the Right Apology

Maybe the reason we’re stuck within this national tragedy is because we haven’t yet found the right apology.

In their book, “The Five Languages of Apology,” Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas explore the differences between various apologies. 468 more words

Staying In Hope

Carolers from Busch Gardens Williamsburg brought us some holiday cheer

RICHMOND, Va – Jennifer Thomas, Events Entertainment Manager for Busch Gardens Williamsburg, brought along some carolers to get us into the Christmas spirit and preview their latest show, ‘Scrooge No More!’ This innovative interpretation of the classic Christmas tale bring the feel of Broadway while maintaining the heart of Busch Gardens storytelling. 42 more words

Virginia This Morning

Olivella's Offers Updated Menu

by Jennifer Thomas

Olivella’s, opened by the third oldest pizza family from Naples, Italy, continues to build an extensive roster of flavorful, rustic Italian dishes around its award-winning menu of Neapolitan and Roman-style pizzas. 218 more words


Vlog #1 - Buying a New Piano

In my last blog, I talked about the new transition my family and I are making with my music career. I decided to start vlogging about it (video blogging), and here is my first one! I hope you enjoy!

Behind The Scenes Look

Languages of Apology

One final roadblock to forgiveness comes as a suggestion from the book, “The 5 Languages of Apology.” http://amzn.to/1wzg23u

Written by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas, the authors suggest that even as each of us have love languages, we also have languages of apology. 223 more words