I always lock my house doors when I leave, even if I'll only be gone a few minutes.
Leave your car unlocked at the grocery store? I don't think so.
We lock them, put any valuables that are in the car under the seat, then arm the security system.
That's the world we live in.
Someone didn't get the memo.
As I was driving to the grocery store this morning I came across this farm
and noticed some thing unusual.
No, it's not unusual to see vegetable stands in my area, but it is unusual
to see a self service veggie stand.
Who's guarding the veggies? Where is the fence?
Where's the security for the eggplant?
It made me happy to see that there still is a little trust in the world.
If you want some of this farmers home grown goodies, just put your money in the coffee can and have a nice day.
As I ran my errands today, I cruised by my first house, which I bought in the early 80's.
The house sat on acre lot which was bare as a parking lot, the only green on it were weeds.
Those large healthy trees in the back yard were planted by my wife and I, which we brought home in pots in the trunk of our car.
The large tree in the foreground of the next photo was a gift from my neighbors, in memory of my Dad when he died in 1989.
It's fun to see how things have changed.