An Independence Day Veme “Bye, Felicia!”

Happy Independence Day, Y’all! I thought this little veme I created would make you laugh and pair nicely with my Fourth of July Post from last year. Stay safe, eat watermelon, have a drink, swim, watch fireworks, and remember to be grateful for the people willing to sacrifice everything for our freedom. I had to do it. God Bless America our… – Herd Management with Jessica Azar | Facebook Come join us over at the Herd Management Facebook Page for more laugh and fun conversation…some smart, some silly, some strange…

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How to Take Kids to a Mardi Gras Parade

Going to take kids to a Mardi Gras Parade? Read these great words of advice. Although the Mardi Gras Season is winding down, there are some amazing parades left to attend! If you’ve been nervous about whether it’s a good idea to take kids to a Mardi Gras parade, these tips just may give you the piece of mind you need to take the plunge. Kids are a vital part of the fun environment at Mardi Gras; they will enjoy the colorful floats and costumes, love catching beads and Moon Pies, and you’ll be making priceless memories with them. Just like any public event, there may be a few people acting inappropriately, but with some research you can find areas and parades that are more conducive to families being a part of the festivities. Check out this piece I’ve written for the Southern Weekend on How to take Kids to a Mardi Gras Parade, and explore their website while yoyu’re at it! Amazing Southern travel, lifestyle, and recipe articles are all over the website! Mardi Gras Parade Tips for Families

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