A Greener Indiana

Everybody can do something to make a greener Indiana

 

This is just between you and me, but I love to "drive" thru my kitchen garden and plucking the celery for a quick snack under the shade of the leaves of the oak tree.  It thrills me when the brown beans have sprouted and the gherkins are growing vertically up to the sky. 

 

If people were only so easy to read as a ripe tomato or a firm pear on the tree, I would know when to pick this vendor or that advertiser.  My truth while building this farm means creating relationships in my community.  How much time to you allow to elaspe to create trust or do you jump right in with an open heart? Does reading, seeing or being witness to life help create trust and friendship for you?

 

 

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