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SHERY1955
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Friday, June 14, 2013

I've never done a blog before, first time for every thing!
I'm a writer so this should be easy for me , but it's a new format and a new group of readers. Writers write for readers.

Reflection: my garden is growing like crazy. The plants are high and their leaf broad, but there was little to no fruit until I stopped over watering. You see with so much water the plants had no need to fruit they just grew bigger and bigger. Too much of a good thing inhibits growth and stop the natural development of the fruit; a good thing to remember as I reach for my goals.
Five things that make me happy: watching the birds eat from my backyard feeder. Eating food fresh from my own garden. Long phone conversations with my son. Working hard enough to go to bed tired.
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  • v FEMISLIM
    It is well with you!!!
    1137 days ago
  • v BUTEAFULL
    that's not my garden's problem, gophers and too few bees, I'm not getting fruit either except my lemon trees always come through for me
    1138 days ago
  • v BOSS61
    Nice blog to start with! Sometimes mine are straight-forward, political, humorous, irreverent, and un-derservadly popular for reasons that remain mystifying. I should learn from you (seriously).
    1138 days ago
  • v MI-ELLKAYBEE
    May God bless your success on this journey we all share!
    1138 days ago
  • v POSEY440
    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1139 days ago
  • v ANDREA0301
    I so wish I'd put in a garden this spring. It's so hot here in Dallas now that I fear I've waited too long to grow anything... Think I'll go consult some growing guides and see if there's any chance of still planting something. Thanks for the inspiration!
    1139 days ago
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