I almost always take the bus since my daughters are long gone. My husband is sick so he can't drive anymore.
Our customer base is varied, we have lots of Latinos but also Anglos, Armenians, a few. A little of bit of everything.
Barbers are becoming extinct, there aren't enough barbers these days because it costs $15,000 dollars to become one. So a lot young guys prefer studying something else.
It is a nice neighborhood. Quiet. I drive the same route every day from 5:00am to 1:30pm. I pull the bus out of the yard, do my rounds, and get relief at 1:30pm every day.
Many years ago, they gave us money for the park, the park was going to be taken away, yet the community of Cypress Park fought for that park and now we have that park.
I have a fabric shop and I do custom upholstery. I opened my store on the boulevard in nineteen seventy-four. Eighty percent of my clients are local.
Last night police officers did stopped to see what age I was. And I told them my age, I'm eighteen, and they told me, be safe, go home.
Friends, you know in prison and stuff like that. But, I was never into that. You know, I got shot in front of my house four years ago.