I love my manicure shop, and I am happy to see that I am no longer at risk for losing my business.
It is a sad day for me to say that this is the first time in my life that I have seen the impact of this disease, the effect of this pandemic on the business owners, who have been forced to relocate to places that do not have access to clean water and sanitation, and that are now faced with this risk of a new disease, this new threat of a disease that is so much worse than the one that is currently circulating.
But it is important to note that these are not the only threats that we are facing, that we face.
Many of our customers are immigrants who have not had access to medical care for years.
They may be facing some form of discrimination, or discrimination related to their status as immigrants.
Some of our clients are families who have had to move into homes they are not comfortable in because they have been unable to find a place where they can live.
These are not isolated situations, but these are the daily realities that I know are being faced by these people who are immigrants and who have worked hard for years to get here.
And yet, we are being forced to move to the border.
The reason for that is simple: There are no jobs, no health care, and no jobs at all.
And I think that there is a way to change that, and it’s that we have to do a better job of connecting with the American people.
We need to be more proactive in getting people the right medical care and the right education, and we have a lot of work to do.
So the way we are going to do that is by connecting with them through the beauty industry.
We can help these people by educating them about the beauty care industry, and also the way in which the beauty community is really helping these people.
And there is hope.
A lot of the beauty workers have come together in the last several years to create an organization called the American Hair Institute.
We want to bring them together.
We are going back to the United States.
And we will be there.
And if we don’t do this, they’re going to be left out.
And that is a good thing.
It’s a good start.
We have to be ready.
But we also need to do more.
We know that we can’t do it alone.
The beauty industry needs a great coalition of health professionals, labor leaders, and other people who have a stake in the health of our people.
It can help us get the health care we need, and this is an area where we have been trying to bridge the gap in our communities, and to try to bridge a lot more of the gaps in our health care system.
And it’s going to take all of us to do this.
So I’m glad that I can say that I’m a proud owner of a salon, and a proud person.
I think it is a great start, and all of our employees are really supportive of this effort.
They have been helping us with everything.
And, you know, my daughter is a beauty salon owner and she is doing a great job of opening up her salon and helping people get their hair done.
And she is also a great role model for other people, because she has been through this.
And so I think the beauty people in the community are doing a tremendous job of showing that this community is united, that this country is unified.
I’m not saying that all of the people in this country are unified, but I think we have done a great service by coming together and trying to create this alliance and creating an organization that can bridge some of these gaps in the healthcare system.