Halfpocket thinks for a moment. "Oh, I do have one of those strange things. Came in from Alarion just the other day."
He leads the way back into the shop and produces a small bowl which has a dome with ridges in the middle of it. "You cut the orange in half and then put the fruit against this dome. I suppose you twist the orange to get the juice out of it and it ends up in the bowl."
"It'll slow down soon," Halfpocket says. "Word from some of these new arrivals is that the weather is going to hold out much longer for travel. The last ship that came in ended up with a broken mast. Anyway, I hope you have fun. I'll make sure that your work room is nice and neat for when you get back, though it might be a little full."
He calculates Rajni's purchases. "Did you want to pick that up with your pay from today?"
Halfpocket scratches his beard. "Well, I don't see why not, but just expect for your work to be waiting for you. Maybe it'll be a full day's work when you get back. "
He lets out a well-meaning laugh. "I'm not sure about where you can get firewood, though. Most people still gather from the woods and no one's really stepped in to collect for the town. Might ask at the temple. I know they gather some firewood for the elderly."
"I think you shouldn't try and think of everything at once," Halfpocket says, totaling Gashka's purchases. "While it may seem that you have a lot on your plate, it will be manageable if you take it one day at a time. I'm pretty sure they don't expect you to do everything for them. It'll work out if you just take it slow."