In the corner of a busy intersection, he comes everyday to ply his wares.
One section of the road leads to the public market where ordinary folks do their shopping and marketing and socializing. The other leads to the center of the town where the public square, the Church, and a private school are. Across from the street is a big elementary school.
He is right where his customers are.
All day, under the elements, he stands waiting for a little child to coerce his parents to buy him a little treat.
On this day, he got lucky. A generous grandmother, my children’s, bought 6 balloons from him as a treat to her rarely seen grandchildren. He got 120 Pesos for 6 balloons. After that, it was a father’s turn to get his son a treat.
Day in and day out, he comes to trade his balloons for the necessities of life.
This is my response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday. Head on over to the page for more posts. 🙂