Michael Munas (michaelboy) wrote,
Michael Munas

I like that daffodils grow even where homes used to be

I remember wearing my new Pic-Way Self-Serve Shoe Mart shoes to church on Easter. They were shiny, plastic and hurt my feet like crazy. My mom dressed me in some kind of tweed cap, coat, and clip-on bow-tie combo thing. At home, there was a hyacinth or two, robin's eggs candy, and a blue-white-orange easter egg.

Today, I sold the first garden tractor I ever owned. It's a Cub Cadet 680 Hydro. My mom helped me buy it twenty years ago and while I've had several lawn tractors, this was my first real tractory kind of tractor. Since I have the Deere X585, I seldom use this one and my neighbor was interested; so it really is going to a good home. I have another Cub which dates back to the sixties -- goodness knows why. I also have a few five operational lawnboy push-mowers ranging from 1957 to 2007. Okay, I'm addicted but I making positive steps and I am making that egg tomorrow.

The Crown Vetch that first grew in half-reclaimed coal mine strip pits of Eastern Ohio isn't normally thought of as being much an Easter Flower, but I think it's beautiful and could stand on its own.

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