In Jr. High was the time I back-sassed my dad in Lowe’s. First, let me explain that I was grouchy because I didn’t want to be there, to begin with, but yet I was forced to go with him. We were at checkout and we had roach spray, along with many mouse/rat traps. The clerk said some statement about: “you must have a mouse problem?” I replied: “Oh, yes! A lot!” My dad replied: “Jamie, we don’t have a problem; just an occasional mouse or two from the field next door.” But of course, Jamie with the big blabbermouth didn’t shut up until dad growing frustrated told me “Jamie, Stop.” Well, I was mad that he cut me off from telling my stories, plus the fact he forced me to come anyway. Once dad had paid for the stuff, he asked me to carry the bag, to which I replied: “Why can’t you do it; I’m not your slave.” Oh, you should have seen the vein in his temple throb, and his face turn red; I knew I had crossed the line: “No daddy, I’m sorry; don’t whip me!” as loud as I could in Lowe’s, not realizing that if anyone heard him, they could report him for “child abuse,” when he was just disciplining his child. Boy, was my dad embarrassed and furious! I think if my child ever did that to me, I would have whipped them when we got in the car! I was so scared that I didn’t get into the front passenger seat, instead, I got into the backseat on the floorboard; trying to avoid my Dad’s wrath! (He still loves to hold this story over my head! LOL)
My fiance, David did a video to post on social media using his Cutco products starter kit to demonstrate the ease and simplicity and high quality of Cutco Products. Check out the video, then go on over to his store and order something with him today! 5-star quality, American Made!
In the video below: My fiance demonstrates the ease and usefulness of two of Cutco’s products- The Trimmer knife and The potato Peeler
As someone with a disability, the future is always uncertain and scary. I have always had doubts and questions about what I could do as a job or career because anytime I get sick or have a pain day and end up in bed, the worry and doubt come in; “How will I work? No one will want to hire if I can never go into work!, How will I function at work with pain if my pain meds knock me on my butt and make me tired?” On and on, the worries come in and circle in my head until I am an emotional, anxious mess.
That is the beauty of at-home businesses; you can be your boss, control when you work, your work can be done from a mobile device or computer, etc.
Avon is technically not new to me; my Mom used to sell it when I was in High school and I did help her by promoting them at school. I enjoyed it and I am very social when not in pain, plus I know how to use my social media outlets to my advantage.
Hopefully, I will have luck with it 🙂 Anyway, if interested in ordering with me here is my website https://www.youravon.com/jcormier
Wish me luck! ❤
My fiance’ David has always been told that he could “sell ice to Eskimos” because he has always “talked the talk,” and able to “sell anything.” Lately, David has been having trouble finding a job whether it be CDL Trucking, something in the oilfield, Construction, etc; it just seemed like luck wasn’t with him. Until he found this, he just starting it, and I think he can truly do well with it if he remembers the retail motto “The customer is always right.”
He is selling Cutco knives, which are American Made and 5-star quality. Check out his website down below 🙂