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Mother’s Day Massage Special! 1 hour massage for only $35! Great gift idea. Located in NW

Posted by Corey Kaster on April 30, 2009





Mother’s Day Massage Special

1/2 Price Massage Gift Certificates 


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Dear Moms,


If a massage appointment sounds like the kind of gift you’d love to receive for Mother’s Day, just forward this email on as a hint! 



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Let her know how much appreciate her.



Mother’s Day is Coming…….  

Have you found something special to give the mothers in your life? 


Most of us lead busy lives, and the world continues to move at a furious pace.  Suspend your daily routine for a moment and consider the women who contribute positively to your life, because Mother’s Day is always a great opportunity to thank moms for all that they do. 


Whether it’s your mother, your wife, your girlfriend, your best friend or your sister……..let’s face it moms work hard!  And they may need some extra pampering to let them know just how special they are… 


That’s why Asula Chiropractic and Wellness Center is holding a Mother’s Day Special.  Until Sunday, May 10th (which is the date of this year’s Mother’s Day for anyone who hasn’t checked yet) we will offer massage gift certificates, at $35 for an hour massage, to honor the day.   


We will even include a Mother’s Day card to complete your purchase!  


Call our office today to schedule at (503) 719-5335.



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 Happy Mother’s Day!

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I Owe You 


A story to melt your heart and make you smile!


When most people look through their wallets or their pocketbooks, way down at the bottom, past the credit cards, baby pictures and Green Stamps, they usually find a little ol’ dog-eared piece of poetry.


I was cleaning out my wallet the other day and I ran across a whole bunch of IOUs instead, some of them 30 years overdue.  Funny thing is that all these IOUs are owed to one person and I kind of feel like right now might be a pretty good time for an accounting. 




Mom, I owe you for so many things—a lot of services.  Like the night watchman, for instance—for lying awake nights listening for coughs, cries, creaking floorboards and me coming in a too late.  You had the eye of an eagle and the roar of a lion, but you always had a heart as big as a house. 


I owe you for services as a short-order cook, chef, baker–for making sirloin out of hamburger, turkey out of tuna fish and two big ol’ strapping boys out of leftovers.

I owe you for cleaning services, for the daily scrubbing of the face and ears—all work done by hand—and for the frequent dusting of a small boy’s pants to try to make sure he led a spotless life.  And for drying the tears of childhood and ironing out the problems of growing up, something no laundry could ever do.  I owe you for services as a bodyguard—for protecting me from the terrors of thunderstorms and nightmares and too many green apples. 


And Lord knows I owe you for medical attention—for nursing me through measles, mumps, bruises, bumps, splinters and spring fever.  And let’s not forget the medical advice either–oh, no–important things like don’t scratch it or it won’t get well and if you cross your eyes, they are going to stick like that.  Probably the most important of all was, be sure you’ve got on clean underwear, boy, in case you’re in an accident.


I owe you for veterinarian services for feeding every lost dog I dragged home at the end of a rope and for healing the pains of puppy love. 


I owe you for entertainment–entertainment that kept the household going during some pretty tough times–for wonderful productions at Christmas, Fourth of July and birthdays—and for making make-believe come true on a very limited budget.


I owe you for construction work—for building kites, confiedence, hopes, and dreams.  Somehow you made them all touch the sky.  And I owe you for cementing a family together so it could stand the worst kind of shocks and blows, and for laying down a strong foundation to build a life on. 


I owe you for carrying charges—for carrying me on your books for the necessities of life that a growing boy just had to have—things like a pair of high-top boots with a little pocket on the side for a jackknife.  And one thing, Mom, I will never ever forget—when there were only two pieces of apple pie left and three hungry people, you were the only one who suddenly decided you really didn’t like apple pie after all. 


These are just a very few of the things for which payment is long overdue.  The person I owe them to worked very cheap.  She managed by simply doing without a whole lot of things that she needed for herself. 


My IOUs add up to much more than I could ever hope to repay.  But you know the nicest thing about it is that I know she’d mark the entire bill "paid in full" for just one kiss and four little words–




Excerpt from Chicken Soup for the Soul

By Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen 


Upcoming Events

Summer Soiree at Asula Chiropractic and Wellness Center 

To welcome the newest members of our team

More information to come….


Event date:  July 15 2009
Location: Asula Chiropractic and Wellness Center

1828 Nw Overton

Portland, Oregon 97209 

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