Our daughter Faith and I attended the Haddam Neck Fair on Sunday. If I hope to stay close to the theme of Linda’s weekly challenge, I need to seriously curtail my desire to explain everything that we saw, and everything we ate, and the one precious thing Faith discovered as we were leaving.
The Haddam Neck Fair is an agricultural fair in southern Connecticut, near the east bank of the Connecticut River. We’ve been going to this fair for many years. I could probably dig up some photos of Faith observing this fair from a stroller, but…
The last building we toured was the one with the flowers and vegetable displays. As we were leaving the fairgrounds, we discovered a garden of flowers and wildflowers along the side of that building. There were many bees, and we were both watching the activity, when Faith said:
“Do you see him?”
I assumed she meant one of the bees, but I heard a very low chirping. I had a hard time finding the source of the chirping. See if you can find it in the photo below.
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun weekly series One-Liner Wednesday. If you have a one-liner, I’d encourage you to join in on the fun. You can follow this link to participate and to see the one-liners from the other participants.
The gallery is from the last building, the flower garden and a few from around our house on a rainy Labor Day.