Grass Don't Grow On A Busy Street is a short true folk story about my father Elmer G. Baggs and his daughter (me) Marlene B. Hoenig about grass not growing on a busy street. It is a story about the virtue of patience, waiting and watching. Elmer G. Baggs was a 12th Generation farmer who started Baggs Produce Market in 1955. Now, years later, Baggs Market is still in operation and was a local hangout for locals to drop by and tell stories, drink coffee and sometimes other things. Sanford, Florida is rich in cultural history as a farming community and sits on Lake Monroe and the heart of the St. John's River. Grass Don't Grow On A Busy Street is the second in a series of stories about the people, family and friends who grew up in Sanford, Florida.