Traci for All Tasks
Need a personal assistant, but not all the time? Ever wish you could duplicate yourself? Traci Clay, the founder of Traci for All Tasks, will do the things you wish you didn't have to do, or the things you don't have time to do. Just like a full-time personal assistant to a big wheel, Traci will take care of errands like grocery shopping, pick up and delivery from the bank, post office and dry cleaner. She'll return items to department stores (one of our favorite services!). The list goes on and on. Think of someone else organizing your pictures (prints and digital), taking your car for an oil change, making your travel plans, and then packing your bags and driving you to the airport. Or how about someone to list items for sale on e-bay, and then shipping the items to the buyer?
Traci is also certified as a professional organizer. She's a whiz at de-cluttering,
attics, garages, home offices and kids rooms.
Traci will handle it all for $20 an hour - $35 an hour for organizing duties.
Relax, now you've got it covered!
Traci for All Tasks
713.484.4558 - home
On the Move for MS
left to right Franelle Rogers, Dr. George Hutton, Pattie Dale Tye
Photo by Kim Coffman
The On the Move Luncheon, held Wednesday, March 3 at Hotel ZaZa and benefiting the Lone Star Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society drew 400 passionate supporters. Chair Franelle Rogers was thrilled at the sold out event and the record breaking amount raised for MS research dollars. Honorary Chair Emil Mesinger was pleased to be a part of the day, helping represent Company on the Move award winner, The Maxine Mesinger Multiple Sclerosis Clinic at Baylor College of Medicine and The Methodist Hospital, named in honor of his late wife.
Person on the Move, Pattie Dale Tye, President of Humana Houston spoke about the need for further research and her pledge to continue supporting this great cause. Melanie Lawson, Channel 13 anchor and the keynote speaker, shared her story of her life with MS. Ilona Carson asked her several questions and the information and testimonials touched everyone in the crowd.
Applauding the successful efforts were: Katie and AJ Brass, Carol Linn, Susan Krohn, Jill Wasserstrom, Beth Madison, Beth Wolff, Sheridan Williams, Regina Rogers and Shelley Ludwick.
Island Hopping with Elaine Turner
The locally based designer, Elaine Turner, gave HHH a personal viewing of her newest Spring collection, ISLAND HOPPING, inspired by ideas of travel, fantasy and escape.
We love the OLIVIA bag, with it's versatility it can be worn three ways. You can go from taking the kids to school, to work, a charity lunch, and an evening drink with friends, all with one purse. It comes in these luscious colors: peacock blue, tulip pink, black, and champagne.
Don't forget to check out ET shoes. The Francis sandal, animal themed
and so cute
with large hand enameled decorative coins, is perfect for sipping
drink on the Kemah boardwalk.
Whether it's Zanzibar, Moroccan Moon, Balinese Breeze, or St. Tropez Sun that you
fancy, Judy Mui, the store manager will use her expertise to help you find just
the right accessories to fit your lifestyle.
2439 University Blvd.
Rice Village 713-255-0052
The HHH Spring Party e-vites will be going out the
first week of April to HHH subscribers.
The party is Wednesday, April 28.