the carpet man

April 30, 2008 at 10:47 pm 1 comment

There is a man who comes to our house 6 days a week who 3 year old Mary calls the mail man (and so does everyone else.)

Every once in awhile there is a man who drives to our house and brings us pizza. She calls him “the pizza man.”

Today there was a new man. He brought us 2 area rugs. She called him the “the carpet man.”

Mary asked if she could have a carpet in her room too. A pink one. I have actually been looking for a little rug for her room, but just haven’t found the right one yet, so the answer to her question was yes. I told her that I would buy her one when I found one. She said, no, that the carpet man would bring her one.


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  • 1. dooalot  |  May 1, 2008 at 8:48 am

    In our house, whenever I get hankering for Chinese food, a man delivers it. We call him the “Rice Man.”


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