It is my eternal hope that someone will buy our mini-van. Soon. It could be you.
On Sunday afternoons our family heads off to Humble Walk Lutheran Church. HWLC meets in a vacant spot on the corner of W. 7th and Randolph. By and large everything used for worship goes back and forth between the building and our spacious 2 bedroom bungalow, which also hosts the church office and a utility room that I now refer to as the Janitor’s Closet. Part of the glory of being married to the pastor is that I get to help schlep all the gear. Thankfully, considering most churches’ set ups it’s not much. Oddly enough though we can’t fit two kids, two parents, two rubbermaids, two djembe’s (lately there’s been a pre-service drum circle) and a guitar in one Honda Civic. So we have to use the mini-van. But I want to sell the mini-van. So with the help of http://bikecart.pedalpeople.com/ I built this bike trailer:
It can also pull four kids up and down the alley. And the kids like it. I once jokingly said it was a quarter for a ride. I made 5 bucks in about 12 minutes. Suckers! Their parents made me give it back.
The Reverend thinks it makes me look homeless. I think she knew I’d take it as a compliment. (Funny thing is I’ve had preschoolers ask me if I was homeless before. Apparently the homeless population in St. Paul is handsome, smart, creative, funny, and an all together likeable group.)
So please, buy the mini-van already.
Or hire me to build you a trailer. Better gas mileage and more trunk space than a Honda Civic.