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A lot of exciting things are happening in my life. While not everything is to be revealed at present, I can say that I have enrolled at Wallace Community College for the Fall semester, and, after 14 years, I am "going back" to school. I am not sure, at present, if I will take one or two classes, but I will hopefully decide next week.
In the midst of all the minor excitement and major nervousness, though, I must admit a…
One thing that I'd love to do, if I had the knowledge and resources, is to create my own vehicle line, and have the vehicle manufactured, from start to finish, here in the United States, with manufacturing plants put in some of the most destitute areas of the country, or areas where the major industry has already left, in order to revitalize those areas. I'd start in Abbeville, Alabama, Hazlehurt, GA, North Tennessee (Red Boiling Springs and Lafayette,) and just go from ther…Continue
I don’t like Celery.
To me, celery is one of the nastiest tasting and smelling foods. My first experience to this food was when I was in kindergarten, when we tried to eat it with peanut butter on top of it. I probably thought “why mess up something as perfect as peanut butter with something as nasty as this celery thing?” Come to think of it, I would probably still think that.
I can’t stand Mayonnaise.
Now, without a doubt, Ketchup is my condiment of choice.…
Today………..I am thankful for people with yeast infections.
Now, before a bunch of folks kill me, I have to tell the story. One of my “sidelines” has been selling online. I recently had the opportunity to buy close to 90 boxes of Monistat 1, 3 and 7 for $1 each. I have those listed for around $16-$20 each. On the first day that this was made available, I sold 18 boxes. After my selling agent keeps shipping fees and commissions, and after my original cost of goods sold, I am…Continue