The lady who sells lemons and possibly candy

Continuing my series of posts about ladies who sell things I would like to introduce you to the lady who sells lemons. She is using an empty Snickers chocolate candy box as her table. I assume that the box is empty but perhaps she also sells candy. Hmm, candy and lemons would be a strange retail combination.

You will notice that her shop is extremely well organised. She has an adjustable chair with a back rest and she even has a small electric kettle to make refreshments (though I don’t know where she would plug it in).

It was sunny on the day that this picture was taken but this lady sits on the shady side of the street where it is much cooler and has planned ahead and worn some warm clothes.

I think this is one very organised business lady!

De told me that the lady sells bags of 10 lemons for 1 lari, which is 61 cents (at today’s exchange rate).

If you are interested in discovering more ladies who sell things you can find more here:

The lady who sells little things: https://bassasblog.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/the-lady-who-sells-little-things/

They must be nuts! https://bassasblog.wordpress.com/2011/09/17/they-must-be-nuts/

13 thoughts on “The lady who sells lemons and possibly candy

  1. I wonder how she gets so many lemons to sell…? Does she grow them on her own and then come to the town to sell them? The colour of those lemons are beautiful! 🙂

  2. they look so perfekt! They must smell delicious (to me, I guess not even Bongo would try some). These old ladies all must be very patient, to sit and wait for someone coming to buy some of their things and fruit.

  3. It took me some time to find the right words to say what is it that I so like about your posts and now I found it – they are very kind.
    You have a talent to make little things important and unique and then you have a talent to explain it to others why those things are important and unique.
    You’ve also got a great sense of humor!

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