No truck for hauling produce? No worries for these industrious fellows. When the crop is good and there is money at the market, load the family truckster up and doors be damned!
Doors, windows, trunk. Just holding it all in seems to be the greatest challenge for this hard working group. On a serious note; when we lived in Costa Rica, we were impressed and amazed at the creative, ingenious nature of the people there. They did not know the word ‘impossible’. While this photo was not taken there and I am not quite sure of its origin, it reminded me of how hard many people in other, less aristocratic and wealthy countries must work just to survive. And they are ever thankful. We all need to remember this when we grumble about getting into our hot showers in our air conditioned homes and decide what we will have for breakfast, pack our lunches and get into our nice vehicles to drive to that nice paying job we hate at times. Our burdens are light compared to many who are more joyful in their labors.
Okay, go out there and have a bananarific day. Be sure to grab a bunch at the market and make it worth their efforts. This post is brought to you by Norm Frampton and his Thursday Doors quest. Hop on over to his blog and look for the blue froggie. He will lead you to more doors than you can imagine. Also join in. What interesting doors have you seen lately?
Join Harry and get your work day off to a happy start.