I bet she grows up to be Business Woman of The Year! LOL! How sweet!
This is wonderful! Your girls will probably always remember you getting that special manicure for them. Aren't grandkids the best? That was a very ambitious little girl. That really was a bargain!!
Aren't they sweet!! Gorgeous banner, Stevie!
soooo sweet and industrious
Ah, I recall when my mother put the first make up ever on me and made my nails with nail polish and everything. I must have been 6 or 7; that memory is with me to this day and I trassure it so.;) I am sure the girls will remember this as well.;))xo
What a great (cheap) way to entertain all. That is what I call thinking out of the box. Who needs lemonade??
OH! That is sooooo adorable!! My girls would LOVE this! AND, fifty cents??? Can't beat it!
Aww how cute is that!
What an aspiring business woman! And a very fun idea!
what an enterprising young woman .. does she do pedicures too?
LOL OMG that is too cute!!!!
How cute is that!? I'm not sure I'd want my little girl knocking on strangers doors these days but for family friends and well known neighbors I'd guess it'd be OK.
Awww. I love it.
Daryl, yes she does do pedicures for an additional 50 cents. Pat, I know what you mean. She worked on the porch since she wasn't allowed by her mother to come in. She lives across the street and down just a few houses. Her mother could see her on the porch from her own porch.
that young lady is a budding entrepreneur for sure!!
How adorable! I absolutely would have purchased a manicure!...did she bring a selection of polishes?When we were kids, my sister and I would make potholders and sell them in the neighborhood...but this is real entreprenurship!
Soooo cute, a door to door manicure saleswoman... I love it! Precious photo.
Oh that is adorable!
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