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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 944 Pr Pm

Instructions and Help about Form 944 Pr Pm

Hey guys, thanks so much for joining me again. I wanted to answer a couple of questions on these earrings that I had on in my last video. I uploaded that video last weekend, where I mentioned that I was going to film three videos that day to be uploaded at a later time. Well, I did film most of the videos, but they did not come out. So needless to say, I'm filming my evening routine all over again, and I figured I'd take the opportunity to talk about these earrings. Many of you commented on them - they're different colors, little round, very light, metal pieces. They're very dangly and I love them. They sell really awesome earrings, but these earrings are old. I had them when I was in high school, back in the late 60s and early 70s. During that time, it was very common for a big furniture company, I think it was called Lean Furniture, to come and talk to the high school girls who were about to graduate. They discussed having a hope chest and they gave us small cedar-lined hope chests as examples of what a larger hope chest looked like. The idea was that you could fill it with china, pillowcases, and other things that you wanted to keep for when you get married. I'm not sure if they still do hope chests today, as I don't have any girls in high school, and my boys wouldn't have been aware of that. However, back in the day, we did have them, and they gave these free little mini hope chests to everyone. For some reason, I used mine to collect my jewelry instead of using it as a hope chest for my future marriage. I put it away and forgot all...