Honey Bun’s sweet corn just days away from being ripe. Very exciting for this guy. Not only do we get to munch on it soon but the roadside stand can open up and everyone else can too. Harvest time, it just doesn’t get any better than this.
If you are local please stop down to the stand, come early and come often. The total season for corn, early plus the later variety will be less than a month. So don’t dilly dally on this one, no substitute for fresh. If it isn’t fresh we aren’t selling it.
OK, thanks for bearing with me on that. You probably live too far away to drive over here. But I have to inform my good neighbors.
I know that we were talking about the Transfiguration and it would be great to continue with that. Maybe just maybe it could be compared to the fresh corn. It is that peak of goodness when all the factors are maxed out. It was less a moment ago and it will be less a moment from now. The peak is the peak! I know there is a difference between our corn and the splendor of eternal life. Yes, for sure but we mortals can’t take too much, it scares us, it confuses us. That is why the Transfiguration probably lasted seconds or minutes. It was a glimpse, just a glimpse. And I know the fresh corn is just a glimpse, just a moment to remember and hold on to.
OK, off I go to shop and pay bills. Have one heck of a day. Can actually see the blue of the sky here, most of the wildfire smoke has cleared out. That’s the way the morning of August eighth looks from here, love, Felipe.