"There are times I wonder why you cook for her," said Brandon. "She always complains about something not being right."
"I didn't say that," said Goldie, as she dripped some honey onto the porridge. "I simply said that a little bit of honey would make it taste just right."
Trudy chuckled. "She's got you there."
"You should know, she's a very picky eater," said Brandon.
"Did your date stiff you with the bill last night?" Goldie asked.
"Um, no, she just spent an awful long time in the bathroom," said Brandon.
Trudy grinned. "She stiffed you, didn't she?" She looked at Martha. "I told him that she was no good. That rabbit did that to my cousin, until he decided to end it. He's much happier with his skunk girlfriend."
"Good to know," said Bernard. "Hey Martha, what's the grocery situation look like? Do we need any fruits or vegetables? Joe's running a good sale on soft fruits and melons this week, to say nothing about carrots and celery."
"Cantaloupe and peaches if that deer has them," said Martha. "Been wanting to make a peach cobbler for a while, and cantaloupe would be nice to snack on."