Lesson 841 – Sometimes it’s the experience

(To the commenter from yesterday- yes, I will get you the recipe. I’m out of town and will be returning on Wednesday.)

Not only was there a huge variety of produce at Lulls Farm but there were also flowers. Addy (who is also a flower picture-taker junkie) and I were in heaven as we snapped a few pictures of these captive models showing each other one great shot after another. For your viewing pleasure, I present – Flowers.

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Now wasn’t that just a tall, cool drink of water?

Not only did they have wonderful flowers at this stand but they also provided fresh chicken to those who wanted it. Although the sign was beautiful, that’s about as far as I’m going to go with that story.

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Oh, and just for your information, I’m out of town until Wednesday. Last night this is where I was – that’s Serena Williams on the far court.

Sometimes it’s all about the experience.

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Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

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One response to “Lesson 841 – Sometimes it’s the experience

  1. So jealous about seeing Serena Williams play!

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