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April 14th 2010    Tim Candler

     Methodical plodding, complicated contraptions to provide warmth and perfect labeling do not allow for the germination of seeds.   Such time and energy spent produces curiosity in that cantankerous and hardheaded population rather than proper purpose.  They sit there in good humor wondering how I might further entertain them.

    Meekly I have come to accept those adages that declare a relationship between trouser-wearing and seed germination.  Inevitably I have handed the matter over to the Grey Cat's Mistress, and in days rather than months we now have a plethora of sprouting things.

    Suffice to say that I have taken to sundress and I wander the fields in a muttering bonnet.    Occasionally I sigh.

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