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Pink is for Girls

On May 1st Edie was about to learn if she was having a little brother or a little sister to boss around. Or as I see it, if she was having a CFO or a COO to boss around. Edie was wearing her pink safety glasses. Of course the “reveal” had to be done with chemistry since that’s what Mommy teaches. So a few packets of kool-aid mixed with baking soda, add vinegar and TA-DA. Pink foam. It’s a…

girl!

We’ve been focused on women’s apparel and PPE since we saw that was an under served market years ago. Something tells me that these girls will intensify that as they take over Sam’s Safety Equipment from their dad one day. I can’t wait for that day. When like my dad, Larry, I can hassle them with random thoughts and good idea grenades. Somehow I need to figure out that fine line he dances of infuriating me and making me laugh.

We’ve been focused on women’s apparel and PPE since we saw that was an under served market years ago. Something tells me that these girls will intensify that as they take over Sam’s Safety Equipment from their dad one day. I can’t wait for that day. When like my dad, Larry, I can hassle them with random thoughts and good idea grenades. Somehow I need to figure out that fine line he dances of infuriating me and making me laugh.

 

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