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She happily drove to the market, To get food and things for her family. Alas, how heartbroken was she! With no dairy products in the store to see. She drove home,sobbing ever so tearfully. Then she spied some cows in yon meadow. Aha, a light went on in her head, though! I have a big silver bucket in my trunk. She took it, under the cow's magic udders, it went, kerplunk! She worked those udders till her bucket was full. Ah, that joy she did it and was so successful! With great joy and relief she drove home. Knowing she lived in God's hands, a happy tome. March 20, 2020 5am PST

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Date: 3/23/2020 6:59:00 PM
G'day Panagiota … some people would be gobsmacked. They believe milk comes in cartons from a supermarket - thanks Panagiota - Lindsay
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Panagiota Romios
Date: 3/24/2020 1:40:00 PM
Hello Lindsay...indeed they would! I live in a county that has farms. Better yet we are wine country and produce many wines for the USA. So, kids here see cows often and at any fairs. Our state is under Stay In Place orders at this time. Be well! Panagiota Xx
Date: 3/20/2020 11:55:00 AM
A happy ending amazing some people don't know where milk comes from, from the superstore of course.
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Date: 3/20/2020 12:00:00 PM
Good one Tom! LOL. superstore, ya, right! My family had large farms in Wisconsin,,,so I learned young where milk came from. Moo-moo.-)) Panagiota xx