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Friday, May 9, 2008
What My SeaAloe Business Means to Me
I earn my living with my SeaAloe business.
And it's a good living, praise the Lord.
And, I'm blessed that it only takes me about
two or three hours a WEEK to tend to it.
And, it’s a portable business.
All I need is my lap top and cell phone
and my “office” is set up if I need it.
My wife recently got promoted at her job.
She's now the "human resources" person.
When I say "the", I mean "the only".
It's a big billion-dollar company
with offices all over the world.
So now she has to travel some.
My wife is a small-town girl who has
never really traveled other than the
vacations we take together as a family.
(Again, thanks to SeaAloe!)
So anyway, traveling to all these far-away
big cities is sort of intimidating to her.
So, here's what my SeaAloe business means to me:
I'm able to go with her when she has to go out of town.
And I have the TIME and the MONEY
and the FREEDOM to do it.
It costs a good bit - I have to pay my own way,
airline tickets, meals, etc...
And, of course we do a lot more things while
out of town together than she would probably
do if she was by herself.
It means a LOT to her that I'm able to go with her.
And, it means a lot to me that I'm able to.
You should build your SeaAloe business.
It may mean a lot to someone you love.