My nine-year-old son decided it would be a good idea to have a lemonade stand. He set one up in the driveway and waited for customers to arrive. He waited. And waited. And waited. Not one customer showed up.
Then he had a brilliant idea: Take the lemonade stand to the customers. He poured a cup of lemonade and walked to our neighbor's house.
"Would you like to buy some lemonade?"
The neighbor smiled and agreed to the purchase.
The boy went to the next house. Same thing. He kept going, back and forth, until he was out of lemonade.
When he came back into the house, he dumped is coin cup on the table. He had made almost ten dollars. "See, Mama? It was a good day for a lemonade stand!"
Smart kid. Go out and get the customers.ReplyDelete
He's a real go-getter!Delete
Now he needs a wagon to pull, so he can reach more customers!ReplyDelete
We used to have a wagon. We got rid of it before we moved. I guess he'll have to use a wheelbarrow.Delete
So cute! Kids can be very innovative. My daughter once set up a lemonade stand when she was really young. The cutest thing I ever witnessed.ReplyDelete
I think my daughter started doing lemonade stands when she was five. It was pretty cute!Delete
he certainly isn't a shy guyReplyDelete
No, he is not!Delete
Such an entrepreneur! Good for him!ReplyDelete
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He's certainly innovative!Delete
So young and already a businessman! :)ReplyDelete
I think he learned from his sister!Delete
Lemonade delivery service! :o)ReplyDelete
Pretty good, huh?Delete
Your offspring has a marketing mind. Kudos to the parents :)ReplyDelete
He certainly has an ambition to make money!Delete
Does he know about expanding his markets? Got to cover different territory next time, unless it's a hot day.ReplyDelete
Hope he enjoys the results.
Maybe we'll travel outside the neighborhood next time.Delete
I guess if you build it they will come doesn't always applyReplyDelete
Not always. Sometimes a little coaxing is required.Delete
Bubba is a go-getter, but you already knew that.ReplyDelete
Yes, he is.Delete
Now that's a true businessman!ReplyDelete
Now he needs a suit, tie, and briefcase. ;0)Delete
He's a promising entrepreneur. He's really showing great salesmanship at such an early age. Awesome!ReplyDelete
He must've gotten the salesman gene from his father!Delete
How cute! He's so business-savvy...ReplyDelete
It is pretty funny to watch!Delete
Very smart! He's quite the businessman. ☺ReplyDelete
Just like his daddy!Delete
i always think when i read your blog how it would make an adorable comic strip--i was even reading this one aloud to robyn :)ReplyDelete
Hmmm. That's an interesting idea. If I had any cartoon-drawing skills, some of these entries might be good for the Sunday comics!Delete
He figured out that sometimes you have to think outside the box!ReplyDelete
Oh wow - he's a little entrepreneur :)ReplyDelete
An entrepreneur in the makingReplyDelete
He's so cute!!..and smart.. smart.. smart :)ReplyDelete
He;s going to be a proper business man when he;s older.ReplyDelete
That's one smart cookie.ReplyDelete