Hi everybody, I’m Hazel and I want to talk about my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving. I think too many times we are not thankful for what we have and Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to express our thanks for all of the wonderful things that we have been given.
Hi, this is Hazel. With us coming up to the end of the year, I can’t believe how quickly it has gone. We’re almost to 2019, can you believe it?
Hello, I’m Hazel and you’ve heard me tell about all kinds of other things about how I decided to take care of my health instead of … I wanted to eat my vegetables rather than to become one, and my exercise routine and things like that. But now I have decided that I would like to grow my own food in my house. Now I’ve always had a garden outside in the summer time. All of my life I’ve had an outside garden, but I discovered through my business that I can have an inside garden in the winter time and have food that I just come in here and pick right off of the vine. It is so magic.
Hi. I’m Hazel. I just want to share with you my feeling about what I’m doing with my life today. As you know if you’ve watched any of my other videos I taught piano for three-quarters of a century. I loved piano.
So, when I was five years old I happened to be at that grandmother’s house, and they didn’t have the money to make a cake for me. And this is before there were such things as cake mixes. You could not buy those in those days.
Hi. I’m Hazel. I would like to tell you a little bit about my family and how we have worked at nutrition and staying healthy.
Hello, I'm Hazel, and I was thrilled and honored to be asked to do a podcast recently. The person who did the podcast was Mandy Connell. She is on KOA 850 AM radio here in the Denver area from 1 to 4 every single day of the week, Monday through Friday. I was thrilled...
Hello. I’m Hazel, and I would like to talk about the subject of perseverance. You know, there was a song that was popular in the ’70s that said, “What the world needs now is love, sweet love.” No, what the world needs now is discipline, sweet discipline, because so many people are not disciplined about what they need to do.
Hi, I'm Hazel, and I'd like to tell you a little bit about the CEO of our company. His name is J. Martin. He was a school teacher. He only taught for one year, and in 1970 he decided he wanted to start a business that would be lasting, and dependable, and help...