“Hey Annabelle, guess what I got? Purple kale!”
“Can she eat anything yet?” Food For Free intern Ashia Aubourg is chatting with a woman carrying her baby. The woman replies, “Zucchini, blended. She loves it!”
“Tomato!” says a toddler in a bucket hat, holding up toddler-sized tomatoes, one in each hand. “Oh, you got the tomatoes!” replies his mom. “Okay, put them in the bag!”
“So nice and fresh! Thank you, see you next week!”The sound of happiness is coming from adults and children as diverse as Cambridge itself. In fact, I can’t understand all of the words that are spoken---even though I’m well aware of the diversity of Our Fair City, I’m surprised by how many languages I hear at the Market in the Park.