Music Monday–Springtime for Hitler

By The Natural State Hawg on 10:25 PM

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College friends

By The Natural State Hawg on 9:41 PM

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Guest post written by my buddy Brian Workman

My daughter and her husband were friends with a couple in college that ended up being in their wedding. They are the sweetest people. They had to fly all the way from Oklahoma to participate in all the wedding activities. The boy had taken a job with a medical equipment company and took a transfer out there so he could double his income. His wife went back to school while living there and became a kindergarten teacher. They don’t have any children yet, but from looking at them on their Facebook page, I can tell they have two cute dogs. My daughter and her husband recently went out to Oklahoma to have a reunion of sorts with their friends. She told me that they stayed at their friends’ house and that it was so nice. Apparently they are doing really well financially which is very unusual in this economy. And, she told me that they are very frugal with their money. Gone are the days when they used to go out every night. Now they stay at home mostly, cook their dinner, and watch a lot of direct tv in oklahoma city.

Make shopping for kids’ clothes convenient for a change

By The Natural State Hawg on 9:32 PM

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Here's one thing I've learned from having children -- shopping for clothes for the little darlings can be a drag.

Any parent out there knows the drill. You’ve got to con the kiddies into getting in the car, then you’ve got to can them into going in a store, then you’ve got to chase them through the store (or stores) and reject one awful article of clothing after another. After all of that, the real fun begins – forcing them to accept the clothes you do find suitable and then paying your hard-earned cash on items the kids swear they hate.

Come on parents – we’re the ones in charge, aren’t we? Why not skip part of the more harrowing aspects of buying quality clothes for kids and turn to our old friend, the Internet, for help?

That’s right – you can find great clothes for your kids from the convenience of your own home and without the inconvenience of dragging reluctant children to the store. Interested? Sure you care. Just click the aforementioned link and start shopping, ace.