Celebrating the Ordinary — Day 6

Posted on: August 31st, 2012 by

Today’s ordinary slice of life is one I’ve often taken for granted: a small farm stand not far from where I live.

It’s a real treat to have freshly grown produce. I stop at this farm stand once a week to buy all wonderful yummy goodies — until the farm stand ¬†closes in late fall.

The sight of apples reminds me that fall is soon upon us in the US. And it fills me with anticipation for my favorite apple available a bit later in the fall: the Honey Crisp.

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10 Responses to Celebrating the Ordinary — Day 6

  1. Facing Cancer Together had this to say about that:

    Yummy – these celebrating the ordinary posts are fantastic, and those apples look delish!


  2. Jan Baird Hasak had this to say about that:

    Those apples make my mouth water, Beth! I love the season when this luscious fruit is ripe and ready to be bitten into. I don’t know what I’d do without farmer’s markets and produce stands. Thanks for the barrel of memories. xox

  3. Julie Goodale had this to say about that:

    I usually spend the end of the summer in Michigan (Old Mission). Can’t make it out there this year, & am SO missing all the wonderful farm stands! Such a treat to pull over & pick up some perfectly ripe fruit. You’re making my mouth water.

  4. Marie had this to say about that:

    Just lovely..and I really love the way the sunshine is shining on these delicious apples too :-)

  5. Nancy's Point had this to say about that:

    Beth, The honey crisp apple is my absolute favorite apple to eat too! I’m waiting for its arrival! Thanks for reminding me about another thing I love about fall!

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