The Green One

I don’t like doing yard work but nonetheless I like to do my own. Sure it saves me money, but it also gets me exercise and keeps me in touch with nature. In spring especially but also in summer, though, it can seem like the yard work is never done. There’s always weeds to pluck, bushes to trim, leaves to rake, lawns to mow and any number of improvements that can be made.

That’s why God invented the modern trash collection system. Thanks to company provided containers, I now know when I’m done; I’m done when the green bin is full.

Now if I could just figure out when I’ve watered enough but not too much.

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