Feeding Soil and Souls

Fall is a time for maintenance. Just as the trees of our property are winding down, closing their factory doors one dropped-leaf at a time, so are we getting things in order to go dormant for the winter. Juggled into the daily sorting through boxes of stuff that held us together in apartment living over the summer was the slightly more unpleasant task of purging unused items from our home closets and attic spaces.This took some time — and patience — and aside from the stemware staged on the dining table which awaits glass shelving in the new kitchen, all is either put away or staged to go away. The best news is the pile of stuff that’s getting passed on is very, very big.

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Stealing Trash – A New High

Waste is rampant in America.  It’s a problem, I believe, of abundance coupled with busy-ness, resulting in big, big piles of trash.  One day, we may be mining those landfills; natural resources are being used up faster than they can replenish.

Some people are trash renegades.  They not only do their part, but they go the extra mile.  (I consider myself one of those.)  On WordPress, I’ve met a few of these.

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