I am superfluously thrilled for farmers since this year looks promising for crops growing due to rainfall. I remember last year, the state of Indiana outlawed fireworks thrown by residents. Hopefully, the state abolishes the law that banned fireworks in the public due to dry grass, so we can all throw fireworks during Independence Day.
Indeed, I love eating apples grown in the farmland area of Churubusco where former refugee welfare case worker Fred lives. He, in fact, brings apples during the fall season; there’s beauty in every season and different crops grow in different seasons. Thanks to Fred, who remained the family’s close friend over the years since our arrival in Fort Wayne in 2004; he’s indeed more like a family now.
Yes, there’s beauty in every season here in Fort Wayne clearly. And it definitely feels like spring, since birds are singing, flowers are trying to show off their beauty, trees are turning green. It’s such a great season.
Yahya Salah Moburuk