Extol December 2019 - January 2020 | Page 26

LORI UNRUH A FEW OF HER FAVORITE THINGS: Lori Unruh It’s not raindrops on roses or whiskers on kittens, but Lori Unruh has much to be thankful for this year. She leapt at the chance to share some of her favorite things. My absolute favorite thing of all: Being a mom and wife, and snuggling with my children, Cade and Ella. My favorite guilty pleasure: A cup of coffee with hazelnut creamer and a peanut butter bagel dipped in Nutella each morning. My favorite way to find quiet time: A daily dose of hot yoga. My favorite reason for laughing: Listening to my two witty teenagers figure out life challenges (I learn from them daily). My favorite kind of evening: I adore my girlfriends and cherish laughing over dinner with them. My favorite charitable cause: Of course, it’s my Cadella’s Favorite Things event! It’s an amazing event that spoils everyone who attends with gifts donated by some of the most generous professional and business owners in our community. Most importantly, 100% of the ticket sales go to a chosen charity in our community. My favorite poem: Time Tested Beauty Tips By Sam Levenson For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people. For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry. For beautiful hair, let a child run his or her fingers through it once a day. For poise, walk with the knowledge you’ll never walk alone. CONNECT WITH CADELLA’S @cadellasjewelry on Instagram @cadellas on Facebook Cadellas.com 24 EXTOL : DECEMBER 2019/JANUARY 2020 Favorite Things, where guests take home unique gifts,” said Unruh. “All proceeds went toward Miles for Merry Miracles in support of the Southern Indiana Angel Tree program.” As 2020 dawns, Unruh is looking forward to a busy year with her jewelry, which she calls “inside-out love lockets.” “Your blessings are on the outside for all to see,” she said. “Photo albums get stored away, but with Cadella’s, you have a fashionable way to wear the memories. You can take photo memories that otherwise might fade away, wear them as jewelry and be reminded of the blessings every day.”