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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Still Almost New

Summer is just around the corner, in two days to be exact. One of my little bundles of joy will be celebrating his seventh birthday at the end of the month. My children are not picky when it comes to presents. I thanked my husband for insisting turning off the cable television in our house a long time ago. I buy what we need and nothing else. However, sometimes we need almost everything when hubby does the shopping list, lol.

With growing children like weeds, I must buy clothing and shoes almost every month. I am glad that I'm done growing, because I will be adding womens new balance walking shoes to the list. I bought two pairs when I was still working, and washing them once dirty can stay almost new. I'm not the priority at this time when needing something is the topic. I can survive with what I got.

Furthermore, have you noticed that it is getting harder to buy products made in America? This company sells made in USA shoes, if the domestic content is 70% or more. I would love to learn how to make shoes from start to finish. We don't have too many shoe makers now a day. And mostly, made in USA is disappearing everyday.

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