23 September 2012

Hey, kids...

...here's a little bedtime story just for you!

Preface: An entertaining bedtime story providing some fundamental lessons of life for your children, such as work ethic, honesty, responsibility, and simple business principles. Ages recommended: 6-10.

Once upon a time there was a fine young boy named Andy Workman who lived with his parents in Freedomville, a small town with a school, a library, a fire station, a police department, and many stores. In Freedomville, everyone was given an equal chance to work and live as they wanted to.

Andy was proud of his school. His teachers thought he was special as he learned his lessons quickly, studied at night, and always completed his homework on time. He also loved to read and went to the library regularly or visited the local book store. He was fond of books about adventure, travel to foreign lands, and humor. His favorite books though were about mechanics and how to build or fix things.
If you have little ones, I strongly recommend starting them early--they'll be facing a lot of indoctrination in today's world, and a strong foundation never hurts.

1 comment:

  1. I helped a young family member with their water well. He didn't have a clue how to do the repair and neither did any of his friends. A new capacitor on the motor and a few minutes was all that was needed.

    In my younger years, I didn't have the money, or resources to repair anything, so I just tore into it, learned and became more self-sufficient. I don't find much of that these days. It's a crying shame.


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