Manager’s Memo 2-24-22
It’s almost that time of year, spring gardening, bush trimming and lawn mowing. Last year my husband Jerrod and I built a raised garden out of Alberton refrigerator pallets (wouldn’t recommend that) but then couldn’t get dirt delivered till the fall so we are looking forward to having a REAL garden this spring.
When you grow anything, there is pruning involved. One thing I prune a lot is my rose bush. One reason pruning is necessary is because the bush produces more buds than it can actually handle. It’s growth is staggered if you don’t. You probably know where I’m going with this. Life is the same. Life produces more relationships than you can nurture; more activities than you can keep up with, and we end up trying to do it all and in the process do nothing well. I wanted a horse for a long time, then I wanted to move into a Tiny house, then I wanted to pay off our house, then I wanted to buy a car that could tow a trailer so I could have a horse. See how exhausting this is? The immature mind wants it all! Part of maturity is getting to the place where we can let go of, prune, one wish in order to have another. There’s a great saying, “you can do anything, but you can’t do everything.”
For 88.3 The Journey I’m General Manager, Danae Songy.