Write four lines of prose about a: catchphrase.
The truck is pretty much packed up and ready to go - all of the plums and tomatoes are loaded up, along with the Aurora apples. I just need to pull a crate of McIntosh apples and a few pints of berries out of the cooler, get the tables to fit into a reasonably secure spot, and then it will be time to come back home to pick up Kat and Max.
Obviously it's not going to be a super lucrative market, but hopefully we'll be able to move most of the apples and plums, along with our limited number of berries and cherry tomatoes.
And maybe sell some cards too. That would be nice.
"Never mind all that then," Grandma loved to say, "let's sit down and have some tea."
As far as catchphrases go, it wasn't much. Even Eat my shorts had more to offer when difficult situations arose.
But I'll be damned if it didn't work every single time she used it on me.