October, a month of the strongest changes in the seasons. And, for someone who has a garden or a homestead, this means that there is still plenty of work to be done.
There is one task all of us must do, at least once a week, at this time of year: clearing the leaves: from our porches, from in front of our gates, from our flower beds and lawns. Those fall leaves can be a pretty big nuisance, I know. I know. It has to be done, not only for the beauty of it, but to remove it from the places where you would not want the mold to start forming.
(I suppose you realize what's my job for today) :)
let's arm ourselves with some heart-warming tale
of a troubled woman
she has never taken a serious thought about money
and needs a few classes in managing her income. :)
One honest request: to all of you out there who love autumn because there's a huge pile of leaves just inviting you to kick it as strongly as you can. Please, fight that feeling and walk by in peace. Remember: that pile have taken someone a fine time to collect. That moment of "sheer joy" when kicking the pile, means it'll fall apart all over the place and therefore it'll have to be collected and piled-up all over again.
And, if you have failed to fight the urge, and the pile ends up blasted-away, invite yourself to give a hand (both of your hands!) to the certain Someone, and pile it back in place.
Thank you for caring. :)