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June 15, 2005



I love it when kids got out into the real world! I had a son who steadfastly refused to wear anything from K-mart - that is until he was in college and started having to buy his own clothes. It became his favorite place to shop. He's got a really good job now and can afford Armani if he wants, but he still appreciates the value of a good bargain! Those kinds of lessons are never lost!


I try and learn from your stories as a parent to when I one day have to deal with a teenage/basically all grown up daughter and beyond.... :-)


This is why I have no children. :) The dogs never ask to use the car. They're just thrilled to be invited along when I decide to go. Ah! The single life. It would be good to have someone to take out the trash tho'.

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