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May 06, 2009


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Okay, so I'm not the world's best gardener, but let me offer the following:
1. I'm pretty sure boredom is supposed to be part of the circle-of-growing-life thing. It makes the amazing surprises that much better when they show.
2. My current level of boredom is such that I actually lost a fresh-picked strawberry a couple of weeks ago. I'm pretty sure I threw it in the garbage. It was beautiful and red and immediately edible, and I accidentally trashed it.
3. I heard the other day that it's the rainiest spring Dallas has had in more than a hundred years. Who can be cheerful/interested in the midst of all the gloom? Not me.

Have you heard about the Lake Highlands Community Garden? It's all organic, communal, and seems to thrive on once-a-week visitation. None of those nagging visions of decay from the back yard . . . .

Dallas Printing

I'm sure at some point in our lives we all experience the same feeling, just in varying intensities. I hope you find the inspiration and motivation to help you. Good luck!

Holly Korbey

The most spring rain Texas has received in a hundred YEARS?? Okay, that makes me feel better. I thought last spring that maybe we got tricked. Finally, the sun has appeared. My tomatoes are literally crying with relief.

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