Now that the A to Z challenge is over, life is getting back to normal, routine, and I’m once again visiting my favorite places like Carrot Ranch and Charli! Here is my offering for the latest challenge.
The rains come early. My granddaddy used to say: can’t put seeds in drenched soil.
Almost immediately it’s hot. The cool weather crops produce little. Too hot, too soon.
And then there’s more rain, and Daniel yells at me and the kids, while taking off his Cardinal’s cap, splaying his fingers through his crop of hair, his eyes searching here and yet remotely for answers that won’t come.
He sits on the edge of the bed, staring at the floor. “The seeds rot in the soil, Cam.”
“We’ll start them indoors.”
“Might work. But we’d need a butt-load.”
7 thoughts on “Seeding”
Congratulation on a full month of A-Z, Sascha! You have deep emotion planted in this flash, a farm family’s sisu.
Thank you so much, Charli! 🙂
I love how refreshing this is! Hard work is a great way to embody sisu.
Thank you so much!
An excellent use of the prompt, Sascha. The life of a farmer is really hard.
Thank you, Roberta! 🙂