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In Memory of…

Do you ever drive down the road and see all the cars with the stickers on the back window saying “In Memory of…” or “In Loving Memory of…”?

I don’t understand this new “trend” that people are doing. I sort of understood it when Dale Sr died because I would see all the stickers on the cars of the people who followed and worshiped him. But then it became a trend to do it for everyone who died.

I want to know how people decide to do this. Before the person dies do they say “You know, when I die I really wish you would put a sticker on your car with my name on it.” I mean…how does one decide to do this?

Anyway, I saw the 5,000 car with a sticker on it this weekend and just thought I’d put it out there!

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*cough cough* I’m over 40 and an entrepreneur at heart. I am in Corporate America, but my heart is in being an entrepreneur and supporting small business owners. Although my almost 2 year stint at owning a business was not as successful as I dreamed, it's still a passion and so I now try to put my efforts into helping other entrepreneurs such as my brother who owns Wickedly Wooden (www.wickedlywooden.net) and my friend Heather who owns Rinse Bath & Body (www.rinsesoap.com). I do enjoy my job so it makes it easier to get up and go to work every day even if it's not my own business. Maybe one day I will take a stab at it again...like right now I make handcrafted items such as hair accessories, aprons, and jewelry. In my free time, of course! In my "other" spare time I love to read - especially anything biographical or autobiographical. I also enjoying writing, but mostly for fun and I can write a pretty good “threat” letter when I need to. I’ve been known to get things done! I write about a wide variety of things from the random tomato or piece of food on the ground to the odd things I see in my daily life to politics…now if you don’t agree with my politics that’s fine, but be respectful and don’t post hateful comments.

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  1. I think that is weird, too. When I die, I want everyone to print “in memory of PSP” on t-shirts and wear them to work. Just so people will hae something to talk about.

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