As promised here is part two of my Minoru Jackets, the original Minoru that I made two winters ago! For this version of the jacket I used a brown speckled, wool coating, and interlined it with a cheep fleece for extra toasty-ness before using a red cotton print (with feathers!) as the regular lining. I haven't worn this jacket since last winter since the weather hasn't been cold enough, but just popping it on for this photo shoot reminded me of how comfy, cozy, and 'lived in' this jacket feels....which probably explains the semi-smug smile on my face in the above photo...I'm literally thinking \"that's right guys, I'm going to be warm and comfy this winter like you don't even know!\"
Since most of the modifications on my second Minoru were based upon this original the two jackets look very similar (sizing, length, raising of the waistband, addition of welt pockets ,and 3 part-hood are all the same). You'll notice though that I've included a wider zipper placket on the outside that covers the zipper in this version. I did this to dress up the jacket a bit and to ensure no windy drafts make it through the zipper. Since I find having to snap together regular snaps on a jacket kind of annoying I used invisible magnet snaps instead. These worked out really well, and they mean I can zip up my jacket and set the 'flap' in place in a matter of seconds! zip, snap, snap and done!
I actually intended to include this modification on my other Minoru, the loop to thread the cord through is already sew in if you look closely at my previous post. The only reason I haven't put the grommet in is because every time the #flufflyblondemonster has hammered in grommets or snaps in one of my projects, the concierge for our building shows up at our door to give us a warning that \"all construction must be approved by the strata\". We've hung pictures and shelves, and assembled furniture in our apartment and never have had a complaint.....but hammering in a grommet must mean we're doing major, unapproved renovations. Go figure!
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Respondent performed and/or offered to perform electrical contracting without first obtaining the required electrical contractor's license or electrician license, the Department is charging 2 violations.
Respondent employed an unlicensed individual to perform massage therapy services, the Department is charging 4 violations; Respondent failed to provide an initial consultation to each client before the first massage therapy session and obtain the signature of the client on the consultation document, the Department is charging 2 violations; Respondent failed to provide appropriate draping and treatment services to protect client's safety, comfort, and privacy; Respondent allowed an employee to engage in sexual contact in the massage establishment; Respondent's representative failed to cooperate with the investigator in the performance of the inspection.
Respondent engaged in sexual contact during a session with a client, the Department is charging 2 violations; Respondent failed to provide appropriate draping and treatment services to protect client's safety, comfort, and privacy.
Respondent engaged in sexual contact during a session with a client, the Department is charging 4 violations; Respondent failed to provide an initial consultation to each client before the first massage therapy session and obtain the signature of the client on the consultation document; Respondent failed to obtain an updated client consultation document after the client's reason for seeking massage therapy changed; Respondent made a misleading statement about the practice of massage therapy.
The Cosmetology Private Post-Secondary School license for Texan Beauty Academy LLC is revoked. The Cosmetology Manicurist Instructor license and Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor licenses for Respondent are both revoked. Thanh Truc Pham is permanently restrained and enjoined from any association with a private beauty culture school or barber school (COS/BAR School), or assisting other in any manner, expressly or by implication, in associating with a COS/BAR school in the State of Texas and is permanently disassociated both now and in the future from any COS/BAR school in the State of Texas. Respondent's duration of permanent disassociation and injunction from COS/BAR schools will be lifelong. In exchange for the lifelong disassociation, the Department suspended the imposition of the agreed penalty of $365,200. If any material violation of this agreement should occur in the future, the penalty is no longer suspended, and Respondent shall immediately pay the agreed penalty of $365,200.
Respondents failed to provide each prospective student with a schedule of the tuition and other fees assessed, the Department is charging two (2) violations; Respondents failed to properly account for the hours granted to each student; Respondents failed to comply with an order previously issued by the Executive Director.
Date: 9/25/2020 The Respondent's Cosmetology Private Post-Secondary School license is revoked. The Respondent's Cosmetology Manicurist Instructor license is revoked. Respondent, Tu Si Ho, is permanently restrained and enjoined from any association with a private beauty culture school or barber school (COS/BAR School), or assisting other in any manner, expressly or by implication, in associating with a COS/BAR school in the State of Texas, and permanently disassociated both now and in the future from any COS/BAR school in the State of Texas. Respondent's duration of permanent disassociation and injunction from COS/BAR schools will be lifelong. Should the Department review, and sole determine that any material violation of this agreement has occurred, the Department shall cease to suspend the imposition of the agreed penalty of $495,500.00 and Respondent shall immediately pay the agreed penalty of $495,500.00 59ce067264