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  1. https://www.amazon.com/Michealboy-Wedding-Skinny-Tuxedo-Blazer/dp/B07QK8ZF82 there are actually some options out there. The express ones look nice. Hope he finds something he loves!
  2. https://www.gentlemansguru.com/product/mens-hot-pink-suit/?attribute_jacket-size=40R&attribute_pant-size=L&gclid=Cj0KCQjw4v2EBhCtARIsACan3nzHcO4Y2wRS1cGJbg0EsytoAshMCfrWdARoSaoOlZdqoZuJsk7sgekaAislEALw_wcB
  3. Thin DS has also had luck with a brand called Topman.
  4. H&M usually has some slim fit suits, and the teens I know think they’re a trendy store. https://www2.hm.com/en_us/men/products/suits-blazers.html
  5. I would not tip them if they work for themselves. I assume they set the rate they want paid.
  6. We used this company for the boat tour with the shrimp boil. It was so much fun! https://nature-tours.com
  7. Charleston is great, it’s getting very crowded now. The population explosion is real. Isle of Palms and Folly Beach are popular spots. Sullivan’s island is less crowded, but rentals are really hard to find. If you don’t need to be on the beach, you might try Mt. Pleasant. It’s got some cool areas, and some beautiful marsh rentals. It’s Basically half way between Sullivan’s or isle of palms and Charleston.
  8. I don’t camp a ton, but my DH loves it so we do go. The one thing I’m still trying to figure out though is how to get good sleep. I’m a really good sleeper at home, so I always think that will carry through, or I’ll be so tired from hiking that sleep will be easy. But it’s not. And being tired for the next day’s hike isn’t any fun either. So, test out your sleeping arrangements. Your mat, pillow, bag, hammock, blankets, etc. What do you need for a good night’s sleep?
  9. I wish I could just tell my 48 year old self this. And I’m just 50 now!
  10. I can totally see your point with the medical exam. It’s giving up a lot of privacy.
  11. I’d say these are all insurance motivated requirements. The physical does seem a little much, but they are trying to verify you are physically capable of doing a job. Perhaps there will be lifting of children? Also, for termination purposes, if they have a strict physical fitness requirement you can no longer fulfill, it lessens their risk from letting you go or moving you into another job description. Since you are driving as part of the job, they want to make sure your car is safe and legal and covered, In case there could be contested insurance claims if anything happens while you’re at
  12. I asked for my car to be cleaned out. White lab that loves to go for car rides makes it a mess!
  13. Y’all ARE smart! I hope the light bulbs fix this issue for you. I painted a large north facing room with a wall of windows what I thought was a nice yellow years ago. With the north light and all the green grass outside, it turned it the ugliest baby poop green. But it was a really large paint job with cathedral ceilings so I lived with that awful color for way longer than I wanted to. Lesson learned on north lights!
  14. 18 year old, 2 weeks out from second shot today. First shot, no effects. Second shot- all the goodies. Started with fatigue, back and joint aches impeding sleep, low fever, chills, ending in headache. But ate well all day, drank tons of water, and did his fairly strenuous job the second day after the shot. No issues since then. I did have some hesitation with him getting the shot. They’re just so young. He has a great immune system, never really sick. But with the variants hitting young people and going to communal apartment living next year, we decided to move forward.
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