A little boy got the birthday gift of his dreams--and when his neighbors took notice, an adorable new snow removal business was born.
Back in December, Sam Curry of Kingston, TN was turning three years old, and he asked his parents, Carrie and Brian, for a bulldozer-themed party. He had a bulldozer cake and bulldozer decorations--and new kid-sized (toy) bulldozer as his gift.
"I've never seen him more excited about anything before," his mother told TODAY.com. "He was so happy that he asked for one again for Christmas."
Since then he hasn't stopped driving it around, helping his parents "plow" their driveway after recent snowfalls. Soon, neighbors started coming over to ask if Sam could plow their driveways as well.
"He's convinced he's actually getting rid of the snow," said his mom. "It's okay, though, because the neighbors can't get enough of watching him in action."
And when you see the full picture, it's not hard to understand why!
Carrie Helle Curry: Here is a picture of my son (Sam Curry, age 3) clearing the roads in our neighborhood in Kingston this morning:Posted by Knoxville News Sentinel on Thursday, January 21, 2016
Carrie Helle Curry: Here is a picture of my son (Sam Curry, age 3) clearing the roads in our neighborhood in Kingston this morning:
Plus, see 11 of the most shockingly awesome creations people have made from snow.
This larger-than-life pooch is so realistic we can't blame this girl for giving it a squeeze!