“The Corn Belt, America’s Heartland, Food Capitol of the World.”
So, in my limited reasoning, I thought it was a good guess that they might’ve grew up around a farm.
Not so, said the pair of them.“
I grew up in the city, I just ate corn,” Don chuckled, and Sandy, a grin splitting her face, said, “We had an acre of land but nobody slopped hogs or milked cows or any of that.”
“Who did it, then,” I asked my dumb question for the day.
“They didn’t have any,” Nancy said, just as Sandy cracked wise; “not everybody in Iowa has cows, corn and farms,” she laughed.
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