Tuesday, November 27, 2007



for beautiful hawley.. your comment somewhere... reminded me of this picture. my son a couple years back, bit by the entrepreneurial bug..

picked a product; picked a price (25 cents per handful) staked out his territory...

and now i have to find the one of my daughter and her friend katie w/their version of a lemonade stand...

three tv trays lined up on the sidewalk.. 200 dixie cups, filled 3/4 with a "secret" lemonade recipe

one car passing by every two hours...


At 11:42 AM, Blogger Jim Ott said...

Sort of similar to how Apple Computer got started. Gotta love free enterprise!

At 5:13 AM, Blogger SHE said...

hi ren! -my favorite thing, is the way he planted a flag..

declared his land.

kills me.. and just now hit's me, that this year at our boutique.. his first time participating as a vendor...

marshmallow's again! he handmade marshmallow snowmen treats

"mommy.. tell your customers they can have two with every mag time frame they buy okay.."

and i'll be darn if that didn't increase my sales..

At 3:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahaha that is SOOO CUTE!! I love it! And I blushed to see that you posted it for me :) I am honored!

How precious... Kids are adorable. I love it.

I used to "set up shop" in a common room in our house, taking brushes, shoes, jackets, purses, jewelry, hats, etc. from all around the house and making my desk. When it was all lined up and pretty, I would let my brother and mother come "shopping". They'd choose their items and I would write up a receipt, and they'd pretend to pay me. I think I may have even bagged them for them, occassionally done gift wrap. hahaha... It was my favorite thing.

Since the age of 6, I wanted to open a store called "Hawleywood" - which I have since decided would be cooler as "Hawley Would"!! :)

At 8:15 AM, Blogger SHE said...

bh: thank you for triggering that wonderful memory..

and for sharing yours... how precious is that? ..plus gift wrap.. puts such a smile on my face

and you've definitely got the entrepreneurial bug in your dna (as they say)..

i'm visualizing "hawley would" as a coffee shop, slash, book store, slash, cyber cafe-ish type place
with the occasional live band and frequent open mics...

and i may be interested if you franchise..

"to our future investors and happy customers!"

much love, ~s.


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