Lunch In The Field

     Our lunch out in Desert while on a work project usually consisted of two sandwiches in a brown paper bag and an apple. The apples were simply carried in a basket or wood box. The lunches were distributed by the Leader or Asst-Leader. I considered myself to be on the "Good Side" of our asst. leader who was handing out the lunches. So when I worked my way up to receive the lunch, I took the liberty of selecting the nicest apple left in the box. Rather than waiting for him to make the selection . He didn't comment at all. However - From that time on - The worst apple in the box was always reserved for me. He learned that from the Bible-- He that exhalteth himself shall be humbled"

-  Sincerely Ed Braun

    unkled@iquest.net

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