Tuesday, March 4, 2014


SUMMER HARVEST is the warm and tender story of Frank Watson, a retired farmer who lived in a small town nestled in the cornfields of rural America. He spent his life farming the land that had been in the family for over a hundred years and reared two children with Ida, his wife for over forty years.
It has been two years since the death of his wife, and Frank Watson still struggles with the loss. Every morning, he meets with his friends at the local diner to talk and to exchange gossip, but inevitably must return to his farm that remains undisturbed since his wife’s death.
Then, Pepper Ledley breezed into his life. She was the new waitress in town nearly half his age and offered Frank something he had never before considered, a new beginning. However, it somehow didn’t seem right to Frank. How could he have these feelings when he still loved Ida? Frank accepts an invitation to Pepper’s house for dinner but feels a sense of betrayal to the wife he still loves. “You know, there are times I can smell her. I can walk into this kitchen and close my eyes, and I still smell her sweet scent. To me, she’s still my wife. Nothing has changed. I can’t stop loving her.”

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