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We spend a lot of time remembering in late summer in Louisiana.

This year, we faced the ten-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. We don’t forget, anyway… every day, as we drive through town, we remember things that “ain’t dere no mo’.” The old movie theater. That one restaurant down on the water. My friend’s uncle’s camp. Looking ten years in the face, though, it’s amazing at what has grown in our area since the storm. The new movie theater. These four new restaurants in Olde Towne. That fantastic new bridge that is so much better than the old one.

Today is the day parents all over South Louisiana have been waiting for. Other than the start of the football season, today’s event – the first day of school – is the best day of the fall for folks down here. For one thing, our kids love school. They really, genuinely do. After being off for two straight months, they are ready to get back to the fun of seeing their friends every day.

Let’s take a trip down memory lane.In the days of the caveman, leaves were used as toilet paper – I mean, yeah, they didn’t have any other choices, but… better watch out for poison ivy!Lets not forget about the times when the cob of the corn was used that sounds potentially painful. By the 1930s, people were tearing out pages of the ol’Sears catalogue to get the job done.I guess that’s serving a dual purpose… commode literature plus utilitarianism. But that’s a whole lot of work for not a whole lot of cleaning.

A funny thing happens when you have one of our wipes products in your life. You get to a point where you can’t remember what you did without them. The following things are all true stories that happened THIS WEEK to some of our employees.

Now that my kids are grown, I’m the happiest man in the world – I say that with love. Raising my kids wasn’t always the easiest thing to do, but I managed to get it done, with some assistance of course.