My boy, 1984
He just needed a boat. His parents provided trips to used book stores, and historic monuments. What's a guy to do? One day a large package arrived in the mail. Josh had answered the ad on the back of Boy's Life Magazine, and had been shipped an order of greeting cards to sell. If he sold $100 worth, he would be eligible for a prize. Maybe this idea would float!
How often does a twelve-year-old provide a family vacation?
Every accomplishment starts as a daydream.
But you have to sell a lot of cards, too.
Does this remind you of a time when a little creativity made a dream come true?