It was the third grade when Bill Windsor was first hit with the entrepreneurial bug.
Some kids in our neighborhood were selling Grit magazine door-to-door, and they made money doing it. I wanted to make money so I could buy more baseball cards.
The best I could manage was a lemonade stand. But it was a start.
I was into baseball big-time. We lived near Spring Lake Park in Texarkana, Texas, and we played baseball every chance we got. I was on several teams over those years, and I continued to play baseball through college. I later played softball for many years.