One Sister's Journey...
Spent a couple hours working in the garden with my Dad this afternoon. With the frost prediction - it was time to salvage the last of the veggies waiting to be picked. Dad, Ed, and Mary picked peppers and carrots. Dad and I picked tomatoes and indian corn. Mom and Dad picked indian corn. (We are a union family - breaks and rotating shifts, lol)
The indian corn is beautiful and Mary is selling it on her stand. We bundled some and hung them so passer-bys could see them. She is also going to sell the corn stalks for harvest decorations. There are gourds of all sizes and shapes, a few onions and the last of the tomatoes are on the stand. She and Pop enjoy their time of planting, weeding, picking and stocking through the summer.
As much as I love Autumn, I will miss watching my Dad and daughter bond through hard work, laughter, and healthy teasing.
"Six days you shall labor, but on the seventh day you shall rest; even during the plowing season and harvest you must rest."
Lisa M Buske
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