FedEx driver befriends 2-year-old Des Moines boy through art

FedEx driver befriends 2-year-old Des Moines boy through art

HE RAN OUT AND IMMEDIATELY KNEW IT WAS FOR HIM. HENRY’S PACKAGE. HENRY’S LITTLE PACKAGE IS WHAT HE SAID. NO. SIX TONIGHT, TWO UNLIKELY FRIENDS MET FOR THE FIRST TIME TODAY AFTER ADMIRING EACH OTHER’S WORK FROM A FAR. TONIGHT KCCI AS BO BAUMAN INTRODUCES US HENRY AND ROBERT BOTH HAVE JOURNEYS IN ART. KROTOS. TWO-YEAR-OLD HENRY WATSON LOVES TO PAINT ROCKS. IN THE BEGINNING, IT DOESN’T. IT WILL BE RARE. RED PAINT, BLUE PAINT. IT DOESN’T SEEM TO MATTER. MASTERPIECES ON DISPLAY WITH OTHERS AT HENRY’S STREET SIDE ART GALLERY. AND AS IT TURNED OUT, HENRY HAS A FAN. A DAY COMES IN A DAY IS OUT. THIS IS MY EAST VILLAGE ROUTE. ROBERT SINCLAIR IS THE FEDEX DRIVER IN HENRY’S NEIGHBORHOOD. HE WATCHES THE ROCK COLLECTION DELIVER PACKAGES ON HENRY STREET DAILY, WHICH HE SAYS ALWAYS MAKES HIM SMILE. I MET THE ROCKS. I’VE SEEN THE ROCKS OUT HERE A LOT WHEN I’M AROUND EVERY DAY. LET’S SEE IF YOU CAN. BUT LITTLE DID ROBERT KNOW HENRY IS A FAN OF HIS WORK TOO. IT HAS BECOME ROUTINE IN THE WATSON HOUSEHOLD. WHEN A PACKAGE COMES IN THE MAIL, HENRY IS GOING TO SHOW OFF HIS MUSCLES. OH IT’S JUST A ROLL. PERFECT JOB. THE TWO HAD NEVER MET UNTIL ONE OF THESE PACKAGED SHOES CAME IN A SPECIAL DELIVERY TO THE BACK. ONCE THEY PAINTED A ROCK AND PUT IT THERE LIKE OUR PAINTED ROCKS OUTSIDE. AND WE ALL REALLY REALIZED AT THE SAME TIME THAT THIS IS REALLY, REALLY NICE. THE FEDEX DRIVER HAD COME. HE DIDN’T EVEN HAVE A PACKAGE TO DELIVER AND HAD PAINTED THIS SHELF LIKE HENRY’S IN IRAQ AND LEFT IT THERE TO GO GET. AND HE HAS JUST HAD A DAY. HE RAN OUT AND IMMEDIATELY KNEW IT WAS FOR HIM. HENRY’S PACKAGE, HENRY’S LITTLE PACKAGE IS WHAT HE SAID PACKAGE. OK, LET’S PAIN. I AM TOO A FATHER OF CHILDREN. I KNOW LITTLE THING THAT MAKES KIDS SMILE FOR THE DAY, SO I THOUGHT I WOULD MAKE THEM’S DAY, AND I OPENED THE DOOR TO THE FEDEX ROCK NOW SITTING PROUDLY ON WATSONS PORCH BECOMING HER. CAN YOU GET IT FOR THE TWO NEW FRIENDS TO PAIN TOGETHER? ARE WE DONE? YOU CAN GET THIS ROCK. BEAU BOWMAN. KCCI 8 NEWS. I WAS A NEWS BREAKER. HOW CAN YOU NOT SMILE WHEN YOU WATCH THIS STORY? ROBERT SAYS HE CAN START DELIVERING PACKAGES AND IT’S HARD TO FIND A PLACE FOR HENRY NOW THAT HE KNOWS

FedEx driver befriends 2-year-old Des Moines boy through art

Two-year-old Henry Wasson loves to paint rocks. Red color, blue color — it doesn’t seem to matter. The masterpieces are on display at Henry’s art gallery across the street. And as it turns out, Henry has a fan. “Day in and day out, this is my East Village route,” said FedEx Ground driver Robert Sinclair. He sees the rock collection every day delivering packages on Henry Street. “I knew the rocks, I’ve seen the rocks out here enough when I’m out here every day,” Sinclair said. But little did he know, Henry is also a fan of his work. It has become routine in the Wasson household that whenever a package arrives in the post office, Henry flexes his muscles and carries the delivery off the porch. The two of them had never met until one of these packages came in a special delivery.” he realized at the same time that this very nice FedEx driver had come, he didn’t even have a package to deliver, and he had painted this rock just like Henry’s rocks and left him there to go get,” Henry’s mother. , Laura Wasson said. “It just made his day, it was over and he knew right away it was for him. “Henry’s package, Henry’s little package,” said Henry’s father, Conner Wasson. “I’m a father to the kids, too. I know little things that make kids smile all day long, so I thought I’d kind of make his day by painting his rock,” Sinclair said. The FedEx rock now sits proudly on Wasson’s porch, which has now become an art studio for the two new friends to paint together.

Two-year-old Henry Wasson loves to paint rocks. Red color, blue color — it doesn’t seem to matter. The masterpieces are on display at Henry’s art gallery across the street.

And as it turns out, Henry has a fan.

“Day in and day out, this is my East Village route,” said FedEx Ground driver Robert Sinclair.

He sees the rock collection every day delivering packages on Henry Street.

“I knew the rocks, I’ve seen the rocks out here enough when I’m out here every day,” Sinclair said.

But little did he know, Henry is also a fan of his work.

It has become routine in the Wasson household, whenever a package arrives in the mail, Henry flexes his muscles and carries the delivery from the porch.

The two had never met until one of these packages came in a special delivery.

“We all realized at the same time that this very nice FedEx driver had come, he didn’t even have a package to deliver, and he had painted this rock just like Henry’s rocks and left it there to go. take,” said Henry’s mother, Laura Wasson.

“It just made his day, it was over and he knew right away it was for him. ‘Henry’s package, Henry’s little package,'” said Henry’s father, Conner Wasson.

“I’m a father to the kids, too. I know little things that make kids smile all day long, so I thought I’d kind of make his day by painting his rock,” Sinclair said.

The FedEx rock now sits proudly on Wasson’s porch, which has now become an art studio for the two new friends to paint together.

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