Spent some time in my garden today pruning my tomato plants.
I told the kids we were all doing some quiet time, they read and played and I went to my happy place.
Pruning one of my four made me think about how important it is to pause and declutter every so often
Only after clearing the dying plants could I see the tiny green tomato’s
The inner parts were dying because they couldn’t get the appropriate
Now my garden will do even better after a little pruning and even sacrificing some of the good parts
All of this can be true of our own lives
How often do you stop and prune your own life and relationships?
Both physical and mental spaces need decluttering so the can shine on what lies beneath
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