Celebrate with a gift from Tallgrass

Message from Gail Sharp

February 2024

Val Day

I am aware that Valentine's Day has some origins in history, but to me it seems that the universe is tossing us a bone to get us through the cold, dark, dreary challenges of this month.

You can't miss the pink and red -- candy, décor, greeting cards, flowers -- brimming in stores, as we are prodded to focus on celebrating love. Okay, yes, it's pretty commercial, but not a bad thing to push us towards. So, with that in mind we are returning to our employee-driven "love month" to help us reconnect and find joy and appreciation for each other during the dead of winter. Similar to a Secret Santa, we pick someone's name out of a hat and during the month of February we surprise them with little gifts (nothing expensive) and notes of cheer and love, all without disclosing who the giver is. A piece of candy in their mailbox, a note in the area where they work, a heart on their windshield.

I know firsthand that it can really turn the day around – refocusing me on the fact that I'm not alone and that someone cares. I encourage you to consider doing the same thing in your workplace or even in your family. And, if you work and/or live alone, there are all sorts of ways you can do the same thing for strangers. It will not only gift the receiver, but it will change the way you look at the day, especially when it's a bit dreary.

I send best wishes of affection and care to you. May you feel comforted knowing that you are celebrated during this Valentine's Month of Love!

P.S. Good News! Beginning in February, we're making changes to give you more opportunities to fill an open spot when someone can't make their appointment. That means changing our cancellation policy to now require a 48-hour notice, updating our schedule for text reminders about upcoming appointments to two weeks in advance, and sending confirmations via email or text four days before your appointment. Now there'll be more times available to ensure that you can visit us, so we're looking forward to seeing you at the spa soon!

Gail Sharp is the owner of TallGrass Spa and Salon. Email her at sharpgail@aol.com .

Winter Seasonal Services
Now through March

Amazing aromas, healing essential oils, and super-hydrating formulas are exactly what you need to thrive in our dry Colorado winter.
Winter Solstice Massage and Wrap includes a chocolate truffle body wrap enhanced with peppermint and vanilla essential oils, followed by a full body massage, a facial/sinus massage, an application of yuzu body oil, and a guided breath meditation.
Arctic Berry Peptide Facial gives skin the ultimate hydration, resurfacing, and TLC with an aromatic berry peptide peel, snow mushroom masque, balancing kombucha leave-on masque, superfood vitamin rich moisturizer, and revitalizing stone crop hydrating mist.
Spiced and Everything Nice Pedicure warms your feet and your soul with a cinnamon and clove exfoliation, pumpkin latte masque, and bergamot-lavender body lotion. Of course, this spiced-up treatment includes all the maintenance your feet require and your choice of polish.

February Products of the Month


You know they're perfect for Valentine's Day, but consider the rest of February, too. Candles can add touches of elegance and aroma and soft flickering light on any day of the month.
Visit our Eco-Chic Boutique and enjoy a 20% savings on two fav's: handmade Himalayan Candles, a blend of high-quality soy wax and essential oils; and ROAM Homegrown Candles, quality crafted with pure soy wax, cotton wicks and strong-scented phthalate free fragrance.


Available for Adoption

Yorkie mix, male, 8 yrs, 7 lbs

Ike is wonderful with small dogs and gentle with older children. A good-natured charmer, he wants to be nearby, but not snuggled. He is perfectly housetrained and can be left in his crate for short periods. This little hero was found as a stray, severely matted, with discoloration in his eyes and slight night vision problems. Since he's been spruced up and shaved, he needs a wardrobe, so be prepared to get him some warm winter outfits, maybe even a pair of jammies!

Available for adoption at Evergreen Animal Protective League
www . EAPL . com

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