Hello and welcome to our Shaklee Website. My name is Grace Anderson and my husband is Andy.
Several years ago my friend Janet gave me a sample of a “blue” cleaner and asked me to try it. I put it in a drawer and forgot about it. A few weeks later she asked how I liked it. I had to admit I hadn’t tried it and didn’t even know where it was. She gave me another sample. Again, I put it in a drawer.
I realized I was going to be seeing her again and she would be asking about it. The sample was Basic H. I dug it out of the drawer and used it to mop my floor. It worked great! When I told Janet I liked it, she proceeded to invite me to a meeting.
I wasn’t too excited about that. We had recently gotten out of what we thought was going to be a great business… bras and girdles… I’m not kidding. We invested $500 and received a suitcase full. And nothing was in my size. Janet persisted and I finally went to a meeting. Andy was totally not interested.
This was all before our third son Kip was born.
Our 3 sons...
Here are some pictures of our family. We’ve added a few members through the years.
Keith and Heidi Haleigh and Cam Hunter/Annalee Porter Kevin, died in car accident at age 10
Kip and Dawm Amethyst and Kimberly Ethan Kip and Amethyst Great granddaughter Amethyst
Where We Live
We started our business in Tucson, AZ and later moved to Flagstaff, AZ., which is in Northern Arizona. The elevation is 7000 ft., and we do get snow in the wintertime. This was a few years ago.
As I attended meetings every week, I learned about nutrition and nutritional supplements. In the 70’s, persons who took vitamins were a little weird and we got a lot of ribbing.
At the time, I was tired all the time. If I could, I would have slept 24-7 but with two little boys that was not possible.
A week later my mother called and wanted more. In that short time, my dad was able to make a fist, which he hadn’t been able to do in some time and my mother was feeling better. The Basic H became one of her favorite products. I later asked why she had agreed to try the products and she said she wanted to help me in my new business. She ended up helping herself and many friends and family. She had been told by doctors she would be in a wheelchair by the time she was 40. She could still do the splits in her 80’s. Here is a picture at their 70th wedding anniversary celebration and my mother is wearing her wedding dress!
Through the years as we shared with friends and family, we built a nice extra income stream.
What we didn’t realize when we got involved with Shaklee was that we had joined a Network Marketing Company, meaning, as we share Shaklee with others, teaching them to do what we are doing, we created residual income. Residual income means we get paid today for work we did 40 years ago.
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