Last night I watched a few episodes of Shark Tank with the little angel and the neighbor girl. These two are infamous for starting and rapidly abandoning businesses. The little angel is building up a good inventory at Hoggin Crafts, so I thought we were through with the insane business ideas.
This afternoon they came back from the neighbor's house with a full-on PowerPoint presentation about a pet sitting business they were going to start. Included on the "what we sit" page were: monkeys, horses, turtles and rabbits, in addition to pets they might actually find in our tri-state area.
"You're going to pet sit monkeys?"
"And horses? You know how to take care of horses?"
The little angel has been working hard on the Hoggin Craft dynasty. I thought I'd share some pictures of the piggy banks because they are so hilarious. Because the little angel kept three old Harry & David boxes full of every piece of crap plastic she's ever received, we have lots of junk to glue to pigs now.
This is the pig for the jeweler's granddaughter. Notice the accessories. I didn't do any of this except the hot glue.
The little girl's name starts with an "E."
This is the travel pic commissioned by my parents. It's a medium-sized pig. I ended up ordering 24 of the three-inch size from Oriental Trading Company, because it's more in line with both her attention span and people's wallets (not to mention the silent partner's investment). The itsy ones are going to be themed or custom designed and $5 each. I figure she'll get a bunch done by the garage sale and make a kid killing. (Or at least sell a few to people who aren't related to us.)
The artist at work. Tiny has moved down to do security.