Southern Man

Saturday, June 02, 2012

Receptions and Recitals

Southern Man left twelve-year-old daughter with her grandmother yesterday as he had a rather busy day today, starting with a few hours at the office to prep for the kickoff of the summer semester on Monday.

Then it was off to RCJ's wedding reception, about forty minutes south of Southern City.

A festive gathering.

The Cutting of the Cake. As you can see they spent the week in Branson.

Then the clan gathered in the Ancestral Hometown (twenty minutes west) for four-year-old Second Cousin's dance recital. It was like an avalanche of Cute, accompanied by a playlist that could have come straight off of Teen Daughters iPod.

Isn't she precious?

Ever wonder why girls become Entitled Princesses? It begins here.

We found a playground on the way home. Why, yes, there was a geocache there. Why do you ask?

And finally we are home. Tomorrow is another busy day!


At Monday, June 04, 2012, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Southern Man! Howdy!

What are your thoughts on tomorrows recall election in WI? Opine please on public unions verses other unions.

At Monday, June 04, 2012, Blogger Southern Man said...

The Walker recall is pretty damn important and the Ds are treating it as such. Win or lose, it will resonate through the states. Hopefully the recall will be a resounding failure and other governors will have the courage to take similar actions.

Private unions are fine; one side has the capital, the other has the labor, and they strike a bargain. The only problem I have with private unions is when they get the government to do their dirty work for them (e.g. mandatory dues). On the other hand, public unions are downright criminal; one side has the votes, the other desires them, and neither own the money they so freely spend.


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