We've done some hiring at work so there are new faces, and we're all just getting to know each other. I picked up 2 new egg customers, and had a third fella approach me about purchasing produce. I had hoped to really get serious about this in 2006, but it looks like I can "practice" this year. I'm not interested in starting a formal CSA, but I want to sell to coworkers. It will be cool to get a tiny bit of a start this year, maybe have one very happy customer, and let him tell other coworkers, so I can build enthusiasm for next year. I'm excited, and just felt like sharing. Anyone have advice or words of wisdom? I plan on planting everything I would normally plant, but extra. Maybe I'll offer this man a copy of what I will have available, and find out if there are items that don't interest him at all (some don't like beets!). I think I'd charge the same as what he'd pay at a farmers market, and tell him approximate prices now. If I only grow what I'd eat, I can't get stuck if this didn't work out. I'll eat it anyway, you know?