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I want one lemonade, please!:)She is smart and adorable!Léia
Yes!, I'll always stop for a lemonade ... Don't you just love it Kids with ideas.
Both enterprising and serious. You are a softie, Jack!
I never had much success with these as a kid. Nice of you to help promote the entrepreneurs of your community! PS: I have a series from an art gallery in Berlin on my travel blog that you might enjoy. :)
I'd be a customer. I love American lemonade!
You're a great supporter of small businesses, Jack! I love to see these, too! Have a wonderful weekend!Sylvia
They still do this? This is great, I would be an eager customer...
What a good guy you are!
Yes! Support the young entrepreneur! :))) What a wonderful example of the free market. Yes!!!!!
A thing that could never be seen in France.. But I like the idea to help a young worker!
Awww Jack, I always knew you were one of the good guys!
We helped our kids sell lemonade a few times. And my older son became an entrepreneur who has never worked for anyone but himself.
Good for her!
i'm with you, jack. i'll even go back home for money when i've been walking with nothing but my camera.
So cute. I am always happy to see that kids can still do this.
Now you made me laugh, Jack! :-)
Your neighborhood? I adore how careful she's being with this pour. Smart young lady not to spill any potential product, therefore profits. Would that others who ought to know would conduct themselves just so.
how nice!i never did that... its something very american, never saw it in the netherlands but on queen's day on april 30...
This brings back great childhood memories. Nice to see little entrepreneurs still exist. From the looks of her money jug, she's having a good day!
Something we don't have here. It would be a lovely thing to have in our hot streets though. Wish we imported that from the U.S.!
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