Lacy didn't have cotton these days, but she did have hedges, a couple of trees that needed pruning, and an absentee husband disinclined toward yard work. Lacy had found a solution to her problem; she had hired a lawn service. The man, John, had shown up promptly at seven.
Lacy had spent the last two hours in the kitchen, watching from the window and thinking. A straw cowboy hat kept his face in shadow, but a strong jaw kept drawing her eye. He had removed his shirt finally, just outside her window, pouring water over his head and upper body. Lacy watched those enticing droplets of water roll down a body chiseled by hard work, and her thinking was done. She only stepped away from the window long enough to make a pitcher of iced tea and set two glasses on the table.
Her Mama always told her to stay away from the field hands. But Lacy thought that maybe a little dirt was just what she needed.
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The prompt is the third definition of "crude".
3: marked by the primitive, gross, or elemental or by uncultivated simplicity or vulgarity - See more at: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/#sthash.cRUdx2Xt.d
3: marked by the primitive, gross, or elemental or by uncultivated simplicity or vulgarity - See more at: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/#sthash.cRUdx2Xt.dpuf