Nearby, in a group of small apartments lives a friendly, kind, old gentleman, who is a favorite of many.
Despite failing health, he has planted beautiful flowers of all kinds, plus shrubs, and has several birdhouses making a place of beauty. He has also included a small vegetable garden.
What does he do with the results of all this? He shares with his friends and neighbors, some which are handicapped. He has been watching his tomato plants grow, propped up by frames he has made to support them. He had green tomatoes of all different sizes.
One morning, he went to check on them and someone had picked and stolen every one. How could anyone enjoy fried green tomatoes or relish made by them after what they had done ... After stealing what an old man had planted and nourished with such love and care?
What ever happened to do unto others?
Jean Jennings, Payson