You and the honey used to be hot and heavy.
Now the only time either of you sees second base is at a Little League game.
Good news: Dr. Kevin Light has a fix. Thirtysomething moms stream into Dr. Light’s office with familiar complaints of sluggishness, poor sleep, stubborn pounds, and low sex drive — all signs of a hormonal imbalance exacerbated by the stresses of motherhood.
After a thorough evaluation (two-hour consultation, blood test, a series of pee tests), Light identifies which hormones are out of whack and prescribes a custom mix of supplements and bioidentical hormones to bring you back into synch.
Making you feel sexy again.
Texas Institute of Functional Medicines, 4001 McEwen Road, suite 102 (972-239-6317 ext. 134 or tifm.com).
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Happy Hollydays Bazaar
What: The preschool fundraiser hosts more than 80 vendors hawking clothing, jewelry, and kid stuff galore.
Why: A head start on the holidays.
When: Fri., 4-8 p.m.; Sat., 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Robert S. Hyer Elementary School, 3920 Caruth Blvd. (214-717-7553).
Walk, Wag & Run
What: Load up Fido and the pups for a morning race followed by activities like a Howl-O-Ween fair.
Why: Doggone good time.
When: Sat., 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: Winfrey Point, at White Rock Lake, 950 E. Lawther Dr. (214-732-5329).
What: Meet the instruments (with cases painted to look like animals) at the petting zoo, then enjoy spooky songs performed by the Plano Symphony Orchestra.
Why: Be scared silly.
When: Sun., 3-4:45 p.m.
Where: Eisemann Center for Performing Arts, 2351 Performance Dr., Richardson (972-473-7262).