I met Liam, 13, at my Grandtoys’ school’s Art Harvest on Friday.
Liam sold marshmallow guns at an art show table in the gym.
I bought this one for $20 including two bags of ammunition.
A marshmallow gun has several potential uses like entertaining aforementioned Grandtoys.
Husband can use it in his on-going war with magpies, much safer than his pellet gun plan!
As a speaker, I’m always seeking to add fun to my presentations. Audiences would wake right up if I started pelting them with baby marshmallows.
Making marshmallow guns would be a fun “cottage project”; I now possess a prototype.
I’ll never know if my marshmallow gun purchase will make any difference in Liam’s life.
I like to think it will. By noticing him, taking him seriously, and purchasing his product, I expect Liam will be encouraged to launch other ingenious endeavors, some of which just might change the world, most certainly, Liam’s world.
And I have my marshmallow gun.