I'll be out in the garden, de-stressing
from The New York Times
We began six years ago with a modest garden. A tornado had ripped through our Texas house and backyard, yanking out the 50-year-old oak trees that had created a canopy over the yard, tossing them aside like toothpicks. The cleared trees gave way to sunlight, and a garden seemed the perfect way to commemorate a loss and mark a new beginning. What started as a tiny garden with squash vines, a few tomato plants and okra has grown every year.
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