You can buy vegetables from neighbor

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We always chose fresh food to guarantee a healthy lifestyle. We usually buy from the stores which hear that it's fresh and sometimes we want to check for ourselves. The question is, are we sure our judgment is right? We don't see them harvesting from their vegetable plants or see them just doing it. To see is to believe but because we are out of stock, even if we are doubtful we decided to grab. Inner thoughts telling us that let's just hope. That's why if you want to be so sure it's nice if we will be the one to harvest it or to see it being harvested.

It was a busy day yesterday managing to finish my treehouse (Bahay Kubo) as soon as possible. I remember it was Friday and I remember Denise @dswigle of her #marketfriday initiative. I've been participating in it weekly but I had something that needed to be done. Scrolling and scrolling to my not-so-old photos on my phone. To search for something that would be market-related and I found one. It's about my neighbor, 20 steps away from the house. They have a small garden for their uses and for others to sell if it will be too much for them to consume.

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I can tell that this small garden was made for their own use. They were planting flowers as well which is nice to see but it didn't grow well. They focused on growing vegetables, hanging and in the ground. At first, I didn't know they were selling because I was not interested. To tell you the truth I don't like this neighbor. She has a foul mouth, underestimating someone, and is judgemental. Although, I didn't hear them talking about us at their back with her family. It's just better that way so there's no need to feel bad for each other.

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It was early in the morning for my morning walk. I saw her (my neighbor) removing small grasses outside their garden. I passed her but I took a glimpse of her garden. I managed to pause when someone approached her and overheard them talking. I captured her garden while she's busy talking with that person. That's the time I learned that she has been selling some of her vegetables. It's not all the time because she prioritized her family to eat fresh vegetables.

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Okay, let's pause now and I'll show you some updates on my treehouse. Yes, that small one under the jackfruit. That's mine and I got the money in building it from the earnings in the hive. Isn't it amazing right? I know, I know. I loved the view when I looked under it because the leaves of this fruit sheltered my treehouse. I can't show you the inside for now because it's not finished yet. I'm out of budget and I thought about stopping spending money from my hive wallet. It's not fully covered yet but I can use it to sleep and kill time.

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Now, is it nice to buy vegetables that we will be the ones to harvest? Just like my neighbor's garden, you can buy from it while searching inside. It's you who will be deciding which to harvest but guided by the owner. For sure, there will be no complaints and doubts that what you will be buying is fresh. I like this idea but because of no space to use it's hard.

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You can't see a place like this everywhere. Not a store but you can buy something, although only vegetables you can buy here. It's not that bad I guess if you're seeking fresh vegetables.

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Wow! The tree house looking good na. Ka nindot na ba. Tree house gyud diay sya. Hahhahaha 🥴☺️😆😅👍

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hahaha, don't tell me you thought I was lying. Ayay! ayay! ka bad. hahaha

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Maninuod. Yaw seryoso Kau ma gorrrrssss Ka Dali ana bwahhhahahahhaha.. relax Lang ang heart ug kabukogan dira nga side hahhaha.

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hahaha me, seriously? I mean seryose?hahaha, don't me, don't say nanana, oh nanana.hahaha

wa oi, oks ar at, ids ----cha--cha..hahah

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Harvest it if you want to buy it? I would rather grow my own, and harvest that for free.

Now, is it nice to buy vegetables that we will be the ones to harvest?

Growing your own is better. You do not need to buy them. Even finding fruit trees is better. For example there are apple and plum trees in the garden of the house I currently live in. I have not seen anyone harvesting them. Both some apples and plums were fallen to the ground over time. I took some apples and plums, and ate them. They were tasty/delicious. Free fruits.

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Of course, the best is to grow your own but what I'm saying here is when you want to buy something. It means you don't have that or that, so you will buy from others.

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Yes, I understand. Most people do not have these in their garden (many people do not even have gardens). That is why they are buying these foods from others. And yes, harvesting the food sold as fresh is good, because it is really fresh in that way.

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yeah, that's what I was trying to say but I didn't explain it very well. My bad.

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I love your treehouse!!!! I like it even better than Hive paid for it! :) Now that is a great deal! How awesome for you! It looks cute as can be! I can hardly wait to see the inside of it. How did you do the roof? It looks thatched, but, not positive. That is something so many people wish they could do, build their own space.

I am totally impressed! I wish you much luck in your new home.

Will there be a little piece of land that you can grow a tiny garden? You know, if it is a small space, there are so many ways you can grow up to make for more room! I just love what you have done. It looks like a little village or condos! Well done. Paul! @mrnightmare89

I love the concept of #MarketFriday and how our cultures differ and then again, how much they are alike. Rituals, Festivals, food, architecture, even your language/languages. Along with the fact of what is normal for where you live? These are unwritten rules that rule our social behaviors. I see this as allowing for increased tolerance between cultures and nations, and opportunities to come together on an even playing ground. A strong culture can be beneficial to a country as it promotes unity, especially during a crisis, peaceful debate, and open dialogue. I had hoped that posting here will familiarize you with the world around you just a little bit more. Viewing it from a more personal level as opposed to the newsworthy level gives me a better understanding of the people and a view that is often not seen on television. Sometimes, it seems like I learn more on some social media about a certain incident than what the news tells me.

I appreciate the amazing support given to #MarketFriday! Thank you! Your participation adds a piece of your world, and I have to say, people are interested in seeing it. This entire challenge has opened up the world to me and so many others. Thank you again for being a part of all this! I am so happy to see you here! I hope you have a fabulous day! Hive on!!

Fridays are all about the #MarketFriday Challenge! Looking to take part in it? Here is how: I put this in for those reading your post, so they will know the rules.

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Unfortunately, I don't have. You need to spend a certain amount to have space but let's stay positive if what the future brings.

Thanks for loving my treehouse because I am as well. Yes, hive helps me much and you have all know it for some time. 🙂

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Well you just don't know what the future will bring and maybe there will be a garden in there for you!

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