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The garden enjoys yet another cool moist day. The Earth and its tenants soaking in every drop of moisture. Leaves turn brighter, flowers grow larger, and ferns bask in misty air and continuing showers. Our garden feels like a rain forest. Abundance enfolds us with life giving rain. Staccato beat of raindrops on the roof … Continue reading
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