Day Six of the Massive Inventory Blow Sale | July 4th Update | COVID-19 Updates
Today is DAY SIX of our Mid-year BLOW OUT sale!
1713 items are 60% off – Prices reduced 10% every day until gone! Only 5 days (including today) remain.
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Let the countdown to the fourth of July begin! CK (and many businesses) are closed this Friday to create a long weekend around “The 4th of July” / Independence day. For the days off, and the long weekend, I am grateful and am very much looking forward to it. Me and my family live on a small lake in rural Georgia and on our first fourth of July in the house last year we put the pontoon boat in the water and was able to witness lots of fireworks around us. Our girls (now 4 and 7) especially loved it. We are looking forward to attempting to do the same again this year (weather permitting).
On the other hand, I can sometimes be (or used to be) annoyed by holidays that slow down progress, business, and getting things done. But, I have started to try to slow down myself to understand, and come to appreciate, why a holiday was worthy of becoming a holiday. This weekend I started thinking about how little I know of the details of this holiday and became curious to learn more.
I quit school in 9th grade, was never good at / interested in History, and therefore grew up taking many things our history teaches us for granted. I am sure I am no different from many – perhaps some are ignorant about this and others are ignorant about that, but none of us know it all, and maintaining some level of curiosity and appreciation for history can keep us moving forward in our knowledge and appreciation of the country we call home.
As a starting place, I went to youtube and did a few searches. One video leads to another! I may post some that I find interesting later this week. For now I am swimming in info and having my mind blown.[Read more…] about CEO Daily Update – 6.29.2020