Oct 6, 2014

Leslie Stahl and Her Hunk'in Chunks

English: American television news program 60 M...
English: American television news program 60 Minutes reporter Lesley Stahl during visit to the People's Market in the Sadr City district of Baghdad, Iraq, Sept. 18, 2008. U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Cohen A. Young (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Semi Precious Stones Taken at a craft shop in ...
Semi Precious Stones Taken at a craft shop in Mingora, Pakistan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Lapis lazuli is a relatively rare, se...
English: Lapis lazuli is a relatively rare, semi-precious stone. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Seriously, the Ronnie Republic Blog pages are burning up again--as usual--with people searching for information about Leslie Stahl and her big, beautiful hunk'in chunks of color.

Her stunning earrings--an unending study of semi-precious and precious gems of bold cut and color steal the show every time.

They are irresistible--forget the story--all anyone can see is Leslie and her take on style.

She really out did herself last evening as she reported on the outrageous price of cancer drugs slamming the unexpecting patient with not one surprise, but two--the dreaded diagnosis of cancer and the second blow--if you want any chance of surviving prepare to go broke over the cost of the drugs necessary to take on the task.

Leslie stays very cute and trim--her fashion choices often show off her slim figure and her stealth professional attire only accentuates her well-honed interview skills.


Leslie--you're my idol........

Sometimes I just wish the show would be about you......I would like to hear about your life and the trials and tribulations of your career.  You are a role model for all women but particularly for women advanced in their career......you are doing a good job.

Thanks, Leslie, for inspiring women of all ages and thank you for inspiring me to make jewelry, too.

Well done.......cl