posted: Sep 10, 2015

"Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant.” – Robert Louis Stevenson

Did you ever feel like you blinked and you missed something important but you are not sure what it was? Yesterday my eyes opened from a blink or a slumber, not sure which, and I noticed how the angle of the sun was drastically lower casting a golden hue on the landscape and the air had a cool refreshing touch. I missed taking in the late summer evenings and the transition from summer to fall. Maybe the smoky hot thirsty air made my eyes close for minutes, days and weeks. Maybe the rush and immediacy of harvest put me in a sleep-like trance. Maybe it was the once-again realization that Mother Nature and world economies, more than our efforts, we are re-setting our budget and our salaries.

For whatever reason I blinked, I am thankful I am once again open to the landscape and all the life it supports. Commodity crops are "in the bin” with contracts finalized and open-market selling begun. Seed crops are being cleaned for the fall/winter planting market.

We once again begin to plant seeds!

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