First day, we...well more I... made 8 loaves of bread and 3 desserts. And we had ourselves a roadside stand (well, we tried our best to not have the wind blow us away).
We played John Deere while we waited. For 3 hours, car after car went by, he didn't get tired of waving.
My little guy never tired of waving.
Neither did she.
I should have taken some waving shots, but ya know...I...uh...had fun waving along with them.
Well, shoppers knew exactly what they were stopping for...not only because of our sign,
And you know what? They did. He first earned $24.00, but then a customer came back with a friend. Grand total the first day was $29.00.
He would have kept going, but I made him go inside to nap.
I did promise we'd do it again.
You think business would stop there, but nope. He's committed for the long haul. He's been offering up his services wherever he goes.
I have multiple orders from my colleagues. I'm thinking...oh man, that's a lot of baking. He is so enthusiastic..."Mama, that's sooooo good!".
And he likes the post office, so he's excited to mail some out of town orders.
I'm not sure she wants a goat or not, but she's a willing worker, looking cute for business.
***Note to self... Be careful what I offer my two year old. I apparently signed myself up for a lot of work. And a lot of work during planting season. I don't think we'll be doing much other than baking and planting. Well, eating, we'll squeeze some dessert sampling in there somewhere.
Stay tuned and stop back again...it seems you may be seeing goats in this barn sooner than later. Oh my!