With school, and preschool, out for the summer, Jon and Dan began to explore the meadow that served as the border between two of their main fields.
Though some of the flowers had blossomed and brought a wide variety of colors to their eyes, Jon and Dan looked forward to the goldenrod as they grew tall enough to allow them to hide from one another.
These were the best days to the boys. Time did not matter, no need to run home to the bathoom. (“How many flowers did you “water” today boys?” “Daaaad!”)
They simply enjoyed the outdoors, one anothers company, and their farm.
Little did they realize how envious were the kids who drove past their farm and saw them playing in the meadow.