Wednesday, July 16, 2008

My entrepreneurial children

Tom and Flo are great at sorting out ways of earning money, whether it’s babysitting, gardening, decorating or working at the local leisure centre. It must come from Robin’s side of the family as he comes from several generations of business entrepreneurship – unlike my side who’ve all opted for safer ways of earning a living. So with the huge costs of university looming, first for Flo and hopefully in a couple of years for Tom, they’ve decided to see how they can get on with starting Oakley Gallery an online and real-life art gallery that will help to fund some of the little extras (such as eating!). Tom is rather enjoying the prospect of putting ‘part-time art dealer’ down on his university application form. Sounds so much cooler than ‘part-time burger flipper’. They have a huge collection of paintings to start their business. It’ll be interesting to see how they get on – and whether they earn more money than they would do working at the local fast food restaurants.


Blogger Annie said...

Splendid, you two! Congats on a great
idea. I can tell how proud you are, Julie.
They may get the business side from their father, but there's a great deal of creativity there that has to come from dear old mum.

7/16/2008 6:42 PM  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

They are great kids Annie

7/16/2008 11:25 PM  

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