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Maria T. Bailey makes her living by knowing what Moms want. Today she shared what the Mom Market will look like in the next 5-years.
It is exciting to witness the rapidly evolving mommy market first hand, and then to see experts validate some of the thoughts that Sarah and I have had as we prepare our online white elephant gift party concept we are calling AlbinoPhant.
Maria suggests that in next five years we will see Tupperware parties hosted online, using computers and social networking tools that virtually mimic the home party systems of the past. She sights… Read the rest »
Steven L. Patterson the Vice President & General Counsel of Oregon Mutual Insurance Company, shared this and I want to pass it along.
The temperature in Philadelphia was 72 and the horseflies weren’t nearly so bad in the morning as the delegates to the Second Constitutional Convention met. Independence Hall as we now know it, was a lovely room, very large room with gleaming white walls. The chairs were comfortable and facing the single door were two brass fireplaces, not in use during the hot summer.
After all had assembled the door was shut and it was always kept locked. … Read the rest »
We are preparing for our annual Cul-de-sac waffle brunch tomorrow. All of the neighbors join together for a side-dish potluck and Sarah prepares waffles for the group. There will be 9 families represented at the tables that we set-up as we take over the roadway.
There will be great conversation and tasty food shared between friends for an hour or so, and then we will play some games together. Sarah is a recreationalist, so games are big around our neighborhood!
This year we will be shooting-off bottle rockets as a part of the kid competition. These rockets will be… Read the rest »