Have you ever lived near or drove by something your entire life and not notice it at all?
I've lived on Long Island in a small town my entire life. I've drove behind plenty of backroads and shortcuts to avoid traffic and maneuver around road blocks. I also grew up always passing by miles and miles of farmland since my childhood bestie lived so far out East and we were forever trying to convince our overprotective parents to let us sleep over, which they did on very rare occasions but every time resulted in them picking the other up super early the next morning, rendering the whole hanging out part moot. My entire car ride back was boring because I was always just staring out the window at miles of crops and fields. I didn't care for this place I grew up around.
Fast forward to me in my adult years where I regret all my ungrateful ways and unappreciative ass for what I had. Now I love visiting these fields in search of gorgeous freshly picked blooms, freshly squeezed lemonade and home baked goods. And of course, for the gram. What's even funnier is how these places have evolved as well to keep up with the times. A lot of them now run social media pages to keep you informed when their peak blooms are happening, price of admission, specials running and what's available daily on the premises. It helps to plan out your trip withRead More