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Summer: My How It Flies

From the last hot soup and oven baked bread at the dawn of the season…

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To ivy received and transplanted, courtesy of a departing neighbor…

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To nearly exhausting my supply of wild growing plantain in the yards, for quick treatment on countless bites…

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To observing how to properly stake a tomato plant…

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Obviously not the work of these still fumble-prone hands…

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But the work of Aimee at Red Garden Clogs, who asked if I might want to give refuge to her various orphan darlings.

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And I did.

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And they gave right back to me.

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And gave…

Thank you, tomato farm.

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See you again next summer?

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One response to “Summer: My How It Flies

  1. Susan Reiners ⋅

    Dear Tomato Farmer, Your goods certainly look good enough to eat — especially the red-and-yellow-striped ones!

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