"The lemons are Freezing!"
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I am interested in learning more about his life and if someone reading this story recognizes his name or this story, I would love to hear from you.
The title, by the way, is from the memories of waking in the wee hours of the morning in the "2nd house" where we all slept in a baracks type setting, to a loud horn and the stirring of vehicles and workers lighting the oil pots to warm the lemon groves.
I am proud to be the son of a migrant farm worker, and I hope to hear from you.