√ Canada legalized recreational marijuana this month and, while business is brisk, dispensaries are already finding it challenging to keep pace with demand. One young entrepreneur discovered another benefit of long lines to purchase weed. Elina Childs, age 9, stood outside an Edmonton dispensary, sold all her cookies to those enduring a 4-hour line during the country’s first day of legalized marijuana sales.
Elina’s dad said in the past she would sell the cookies door-to-door and that would take weeks. Last year she was bit by a dog while going door to door according to her dad. Seann Childs, Elina’s dad, said, “While driving, we saw how long the lines were at the dispensary and we just stopped to sell the cookies there.”
√ Inflation has really taken a toll on the price tag of a wedding. The average cost for a wedding in the U.S. in 2017 was $25,764. One bride and groom got very creative in deciding how to afford the type of wedding they wanted. Their invitations, according to the Daily Mirror, stipulated that gifts were optional but that all guests would have to pay for their own dinner-$40pp that included the main course-platters, cake and a basic soft drink. Guests were also told that if a spouse’s or child’s name does not appear on the invitation, they are not invited. They also requested that all guests wear something that fits with their theme of navy, white and silver. And, the bride advised women not to wear heels. The couple has also set up a GoFundMe page asking for donations to help defray costs of the wedding and honeymoon. “If you are unable to use internet banking, you are more than welcome to donate via cash and checks.” Source: Gary R’nel Disclaimer: Please note: The editorial content of this page is in no way intended to be professional advice. It should be considered informational and a venue for entertainment purposes. Read and utilize at your own discretion. Content may not be published without the expressed consent of Associated Billing Center, LLC