366 days of gratitude

My farmer was in Millers Flat on Friday and came home with cherries.

There’s always a little apprehension about the first bite of the first of the season’s fruit.

Will it live up to the memories?

The cherries did – juicy, and just sweet enough, tasting just as good as I remembered and I”m grateful for that.

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2 Responses to 366 days of gratitude

  1. paul scott says:

    But the last time I bought cherries at a little restaurant near Miller’s flat they were more expensive than the same in Alexandra,
    So now we just hurtle right past. Small village shops should not sell at more than town retail price.

  2. homepaddock says:

    Paul – Different businesses have different costs. Shops can sell at any price they choose, though those which hike prices risk having people pass them by next time as you have done.

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