less to mow
Today is the eighth anniversary in our living on The Estate.
We have been blessed and are still being blessed (I’m sitting here on the porch writing away with a cup of coffee and a toasted bagel...all blessings).
We have made our mark, several marks, on the property in these last nine of its thirty-four year history, and no where any more than on the grounds. Prior to our arrival the grounds were given over to The Lawn; since then we have added seasonal herb and vegetable gardens, lemon and lime bearing trees, flowering Golden Raintrees, a half dozen Red Maples and fig, Red Cedars and several Leland cypress and climbing roses and wisteria and flowers from azaleas to zinnias.
There is much less to mow then there once was.
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