On a spring evening, I can stand on the back deck- and hear nothing but frogs and whippoorwills.
I hear my neighbors opening day of dove and deer seasons.
Neighborhood teens that say yes sir and no ma'am- and hold the door open at the store.
Watching teens on their way to the prom pull the pickup in at the local store so the girl can show her gown to the lady working there.
When I stop by the Registrar's office to file an absentee ballot, and they call you by name when you walk in.
If your hunting dog gets lost, someone will pen him, give him a drink of water, and call you.
Fresh sweet corn means it was on the stalk 10 minutes ago.
Slide in the ditch in winter, someone with a tow strap will be along.
Cutting grass- and have a fawn walk over to check you out.
Micah, Chapter 4, verse 4. But they shall sit every man under his vine and under his fig tree; and none shall make them afraid.