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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Dept. of Transportation

Do you remember this guy with the self-inflicted hair cut?  He's gone from being the neighborhood barber...


...to the neighborhood transportation guru. The kids wait in line to have a ride in his makeshift, tricycle rickshaw!


During the month of October, he's giving broom rides for only 25 cents!
 

Grab your hat!  You don't want to pass up this deal!


16 comments:

Yvonne said...

What a cutie. So fun. He's definitely a little entrepreneur.

Ann Marie said...

That kid is going to go big places in life!

He's creative..and cute! :)

Tracy said...

That's one smart kid!! He must take after his Grandma!! ;-)

Kristina P. said...

He's a little entrepreneur!

gigi said...

I was fixing to type the same thing that Kristina P. wrote! So funny! He is a real character and that first picture is a classic!

Kerin said...

What a brain! I love that he's thinking and inventing all the time!
It reminds me of my youngest son.... he made 'homemade' ant killer when he was just 4. I think it was just dish soap and black pepper mixed in a spray bottle.
I am inspired by such people. These great thinkers :)

karen said...

Hahaha! That was an awesome haircut. He's one of those lively ones, isn't he? He'll go places.

Valerie said...

What a creative kid! I bet he makes a load with those broom rides! I would totally pay 25 cents for that!!!

Cherie said...

Ok that first picture still makes me laugh - Just priceless!!
This kid is a whiz kid I can tell - I think alot of people would ride that broom!!!

Julie Harward said...

What a great kid...I just love kids like this..he will go far (on his broom) and in life! ;D

Joanie said...

Hey, did he learn about the rickshaws from his grandmas trip to China.

Mimi Sue said...

There's nothing like a little broom riding in October! He's a cutie even with the haircut. Mimi

Cheeseboy said...

This kid's got a bright future.

Valerie said...

What a cutie! His hair looks nice now. :)

Jenny said...

He seems to be a natural businessman! Way to go.

Teachinfourth said...

Oh my heavens…that kid is most certainly a keeper...