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My Outfit: Lee Jeans with Boat Shoes

September 15th, 2012 @ 3:09 pm
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Today I am wearing Lee Vintage Slim Leg Jeans in Diablo (retail $58) with a vintage tee my wife bought me. I’m just hanging around getting some yard work done, so nothin’ fancy here…

These jeans are from Lee’s Fall 2012 line. You can get these jeans on Lee.com and on Amazon.com.

Lee is gearing up for Lee National Denim Day – a movement that encourages people to go casual for a cause during the month of October. You can join the Denim Day movement any day of the month by wearing your jeans and donating $5 to the American Cancer Society to help those living with breast cancer.

Lee National Denim Day is proud to partner with the American Cancer Society for the first time this year! All donations will help the American Cancer Society support life-saving screenings in communities nationwide, bring hope and care to those traveling for cancer treatment and invest in groundbreaking cancer research.

It is estimated that 229,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year alone. We’re inviting you to help decrease this number by joining us in supporting Lee National Denim Day.

For more information on how you can get involved, visit http://www.denimday.com/

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Happy 1st Birthday!

May 1st, 2012 @ 2:26 pm
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Today is the first Anniversary of this blog going live! I should probably post on it more often…

Crocs Santa Cruz Lounger Slipon Shoes Review

January 8th, 2012 @ 7:25 pm
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These shoes look trashed right? Well they should since my husband has been wearing them almost non stop since he got them to review about a month ago! He even went into the woods with these on last weekend…

Crocs Santa Cruz Lounger Slippers

These are the Crocs Men’s Santa Cruz Lounger – a fuzzy lined slipon shoe that is so comfortable, you will think you are wearing slippers!

My hubby has been living in these things; wearing them to work, church, around the house, outside, inside and everywhere! I can’t get him to take them off!!!! He says they are warm, soft, lightweight, comfortable and easy to get on and off. “They are good. I like them. What more can I say?!” he told me.

So there you have it. They are good. He likes them. What more do you need to know?! lol

Retail: $59.99


Happy 4th of July!

July 4th, 2011 @ 4:01 pm
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Happy 4th of July!

The Future of Television

June 24th, 2011 @ 1:07 pm
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The TV is pretty ubiquitous today. Growing up, my family always had a TV. It seems like almost every household in most of the western world has one. However I think TV’s days are numbered.

I’m noticing with the younger generation, and even up into the middle aged generation, that the TV is losing favor for on demand services like You Tube, Net Flix, and Hulu. I’m pretty much the only person in the office at work who watches TV regularly. Most of my coworkers go to places like Net Flix to watch movies and TV shows. Almost all of them only have the most basic cable you can get, or no cable at all. They use their TVs as giant screens to stream movies from their computers.

Compared to the internet, TV is too rigid to compete. As bandwidth increases the TV will become more and more useless. More and more TV channels are streaming online, and some TV shows, and TV stations are online only, like OnlyOne TV, and GBTV. TV won’t be able to keep up. Even if TVs are able to connect to all these services they still won’t be able to compete with the flexibility of computers.

I’m not saying you won’t see media centers, but TV as we no it will cease to exist. They will basically lose the functions that separate TVs from computer screens. At that point the “TV” will essentially be nothing more than a screen where the family can sit to watch downloaded, on demand streaming programs, or use other family center media applications. How long will this take to happen? I don’t know exactly, but I think the TV as we know it will be almost completely gone by the time our grand kids are growing up. So another 20 to 30 years.