Make Hay While The Sun Shines

June is our biggest retail sales month of the year. In fact the whole second quarter is primo. This year I got smart and followed in the foot steps of the big retailers, like Dillard’s, and put a freeze on vacations during our busy season. This management decision protects the co-workers who would be left […]

New Employees

Today I hired my IT guy’s, sister’s, neighbor’s, boyfriend Chris for a new position in the shipping department. Wow, that is a mouth full! You know owners/managers are always whining about how you can’t find good people to work. doesn’t seem to have that problem. I am not sure why but I am sure […]


A few weeks ago I fired my daughter Meghan, from I didn’t mean to, it just happened. You know how mothers and daughters can fight. After it happened, I decided it was probably a good thing. Meghan is 24 years old and about to graduate from college. What a perfect time for her to […]

Spring is in the air!

The 2002 Floral Flag is 740 feet long and 390 feet wide and maintains the proper Flag dimensions as described in Executive Order #10834. This Flag is 6.65 acres and is the first Floral Flag to be planted with 5 pointed Stars comprised of White Larkspur. Each Star is 24 feet in diameter; Each Stripe […]

Historic downtown Little Rock

Little Rock’s history comes alive in Berna Love’s new release Local author Berna J. Love documents the vivid history of downtown in END OF THE LINE: A History of Little Rock’s West Ninth Street. From an emancipation shantytown and lynching through the heyday of “little Harlem” and the death knell of Urban Renewal, The Line […]

They DO talk!

We received your Newsletter e-mail the other day, and found it very interesting. Allow me to tell you a little about us and our connection with your e-mail. My wife and I are kite flyers. No, not the little paper things you remember as a kid, much larger kites. Most made of ripstop nylon with […]