He stands on the sidewalk, looking in at our tables and chairs, our napkins and silverware, and then down again at the order; he can’t reconcile the address on his receipt with the address in front of him.But, when I try that, I end up with tired and fresh going at the same time—cellared yams and new field lettuces on the same menu.Even if that is the literal, awkward truth of the new season, I’d rather a document that, when you sit down and unfold your napkin, tells more of the hopeful, exciting truth—asparagus, peas, lettuces, and strawberries—so, when I go, I go fresh top to bottom, from zero.Today, we don’t have a leisurely half hour to reimagine our scraps.I tap on the office door and ask Karen, our general manager, to order takeout for ten people.“What should I order? “I’m not going to have time to eat it.”The delivery guy from the Indian restaurant on Sixth Street chains his bike to the parking sign outside. Time collects data to deliver the best content, services, and personalized digital ads.We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet. Apart from that, my elder brother is and IT professional and my younger sister is studying in sixth grade. In addition to that, she has won many prizes in Tabloids and speech contests that are held in our school every years. My father is a doctor and my mother is a housewife. My sister is a good singer and she can dance very well. We all celebrate every birthday with great love and pride. We both also take part in extra curricular activities at school as well. She has taught us the self discipline, confidence and cooperation in work.