tell me a story/summer stock sunday

Special two for one combo this week because I am not here, I am actually in Boston ... I'll be back Sunday night and see you all on Monday!


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13 comments:

  1. Cambodia seemed so far away as she made change for the customers...

    was it all worth it? Ah well, we must live out our fate...even we immigrants...perhaps in my next life I'll be a rich woman buying the food...







    Aloha from Waikiki, Dar

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  2. "It's really hot today, I'm so wishing I hadn't worn this heavy shirt..."

    I love galas, yum!

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  3. I'm never gonna get rich if everyone only buys two! :(

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  4. Whatever it is, I'll take some! Looks like tasty tomatoes from here.

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  5. I really don't have a story or even a caption
    but those two little tomatoes look so sweet on that big scale

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  6. Well, I don't have a story but I do recall that I visited this market last summer while in your city!!!

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  7. I don't know but those two tomatoes weigh exactly one dedelstein. ;)

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  8. Waking at 4 am, she dressed quickly and climbed into her carefully packed truck to make the long drive to the city to set up her produce stand. She hurried to get a prime spot to sell the vegetables that she had grown from seed. While setting out the essential things she would need for the day - her cushioned floor mat, her dedelstein produce scales and her change apron, she wondered if any of her customers would ever appreciate the amount of love and work that had been put into the plants that produced the tomatoes or the greens? The long hours tending the garden- hoeing, fertilizing, staking, watering-all the time patiently waiting for the plants to thrive and produce the vegetables that gave her the money to live independently. She finally sold the last two tomatoes, and at $1.00 each a good value, only to return home to gather produce for the next day's market.

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  9. Not exactly the job description the lady at the temp agency gave to me when she said I would be working with red hot tomatos. It thought she meant I would be selling Pizza.
    Joyce

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  10. I keep straying back to that sign that says "Ginger Gold"...

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  11. 'That will be $1.50,' she said, while she replayed Vampire Bill's abduction over again in her mind from the season-ender for True Blood.

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