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Monday: 11:00 - 7:00

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We are a contemporary art studio featuring pottery painting, canvas painting, glass fusing, mosaics and more! Atrue art venue for everyone, young or old. At A Pigment of Your Imagination, you can enjoy creating memories together with friends and family. We offer a unique place for parties, group events, or just a place to come and create your own art. Remember the event long after it's over with a special piece that YOU created!

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After 2 ½ years of seeking a definitive diagnosis for my heart disorder, my physician of 14 years told me, "You have been insistent, persistent and consistent each time you presented." She smiled at me as she said this, and I accepted this compliment as a job well done.

I had been diagnosed with cardiac endothelium dysfunction .Iconsidered thediagnosis atriumph of some sort:Standard tests don't always identify the disease, and Ihad gone onquite the journey toidentify the source of my problems.

From the beginning, Ihad stayed focusedon my heart symptoms. When various specialists insisted on blaming other organs (gall bladder, uterus, lungs) for my chest pain, I was insistent that they were off target. As a cardiac nurse, I knew that the mounting conflicting test results were confusing, but I felt confident my heart was the issue.After all, Iknew myself far better than anyone else could.

Within weeks of my symptom onset, I read an interview with Dr. George Sopko, a cardiologist at the National Institutes of Health, who said, "Women, pay attention to your heart symptoms." And so, I did that. I began a very succinct journal documenting the timing, duration and quality of chest pain I was experiencing, and I alsoincluded what I did to relieve the symptoms. It presented a cause-and-effect pattern with details that supplemented my memory.

I persisted in my search for a definitive diagnosis for my symptoms. My sources were not anecdotal stories from Internet blogs, but instead were scientific papers funded by medical universities and research institutions. I copied medical articles, whose content and format would be most familiar to physicians. I sought out the opinions of medical friends and colleagues,and I approached my researchfrom the perspective of a student - notthat ofanemotionally distraught woman whose quality of life was rapidly failing.

I remained consistent in my approach. Mindful of how time-consuming difficult diagnoses can be, I came prepared for appointments. Ibrought with me my ever-present journal, previously prepared questions and medical articles. Many times, my husband would serve as my note-taker, which allowed me to listen closely and concentrate on getting my questions and comments addressed. I offered options for my physicians to consider. I was wrong many times, but never was I rebuffed.

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Winter Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 5:30pm - 9:30pm(505) 982-6297

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Restaurant Week Hours: Monday, February 20 through Sunday, February 26...5:00 to 9:30

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Bouche Bistro looks and feels like a neighborhood Parisian locals' hangout, complete with cozy banquettes, open kitchen and, weather permitting, one of Santa Fe's nicest patios. Inspired by his native France and the simple, light-hearted cuisine one finds in its intimate, authentic bistros, award-winning chef Charles Dale and his team cook unfussy fare enhanced by a well-chosen and gently-priced wine list.

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" A wonderful culinary experience and we loved the bistro atmosphere. Our service was second to none... and the food was superb." Dined on 12/22/2014

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" My wife and I are Santa Fe residents and devoted foodies who know the Santa Fe restaurant scene well. We believe Bouche to be Santa Fe's best restaurant. Enough said. " Dined on 11/29/2014

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" The food was fabulous and well worth it. It was a splurge for us but pretty reasonably priced for how fancy the food was. Great service and great ambiance too. " Dined on 11/25/2014

The food was fabulous and well

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