Rachel and I thought it would be a great idea. Our boys, Newt, Nate, and John… otherwise known as the “Newlabros,” would be allowed to assist Rachel and me with a few live Facebook sales in Rachel’s LuLaRoe VIP group page. Heck, if they wanted, the boys could eventually do one of their own shows. … Continue reading From Darling Boys to Divas
Hello everyone! The idea for this article came to me while I was lying in bed the other morning. Actually, it was more like it poked me in the side. Rolling over on the mattress to get more comfortable, a blinding pain, out of nowhere, shot through my side and up into my neck! As… Continue reading Paperclips and Other Dangerous Household Items
A short time ago, I watched this very funny video about Instagram husbands and wanted to share my thoughts on it. For your information, Instagram husbands are quite often the photographic talent behind many of the beautiful snapshots that women post daily to this social media platform. Good job guys! What is funny is that… Continue reading I’m an Instagram Husband Too!
There is a song that I now play whenever the UPS man shows up at our home. It is called, “Hey Baby, Que Paso” by the Texas Tornados. I do this to remind Rachel of our little discussion that we had about what is considered appropriate and/or inappropriate behavior when she has packages delivered. If… Continue reading The UPS Driver… and What NOT To Do!
As you are aware, my wife, Rachel, is a LuLaRoe Fashion Consultant. She sells LLR clothing, both online and in person to what I thought were merely awesome customers of fashion. Unfortunately, as time has passed, I have noticed changes in behavior from some shoppers that I find alarming to the point of enrolling in… Continue reading Are They Innocent LuLaRoe Shoppers or Violent Thugs?
Hell VIPer’s! It is time for me to check in with you. I hope all is going well. Well…, our boys are growing up! Newt, Nate, and John are driving on their own, visiting girlfriends, and doing activities without Mom & Dad. Newt is actually attending his first semester in college. Good for him! I know… Continue reading Growing Boys
(Note – this story is not LuLaRoe related. It was written 4 years ago and is another story about my youth. I hope you enjoy it.) *** How they tell their story is what interests me. Unbeknownst to either of them, as soon as my older brother and sister begin to recount their mysterious tale,… Continue reading Ghost Child