The hardest thing about finding another cute sweet adorable Awww type photo is it has to be as cute or cuter than the previous one. Hopefully this one fits the bill. Enjoy!
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Is it just me or are some of the changes in the ‘modern’ world really scary? The new norm!
For example recently at an outdoor farmer’s market I overheard pieces of a conversation between a mommy and her three children of varying ages (Estimating age range from 6 to 10 years.)
Mommy: “Isn’t this fun?”
Children: Various responses of disinterest!
Mommy: “Let’s pick out some fresh veggies and fruit!”
Children: Various responses of disapproval! “I don’t like those.” “WHAT is THAT?” “Can we go now?”
Mommy: Stating the magic words of immediate turn off for kids everywhere. “Vegetables and Fruit are really good for you.” You’ll grow big and strong!”
(Now don’t get me wrong. I grew up on a farm where we had our own homegrown produce and there were honestly very few vegetables that I really liked. So in that area things are pretty much the same. It was the next response that was a little chilling to me.)
The eldest child: “Can’t we just go to the store and get some real food. You know, the stuff in packages!
When the “Normal” food that we eat is heavily processed, chemically altered, packaged for the purpose of longer shelf life while providing greater marketing appeal – how much have we really gained/lost in the translation? And how far will it go? When does it end…?
p.s. – I don’t know how franky got into the empty plastic wrapping and it did take me a few minutes to extricate him from inside. However I did think the photo brought emphasis to the point I was trying to make!
If change be a constant, may we not aspire to become part of the change…in a good way * PennyQuote