The Good Life: Coping well with the coop
Whenever I look at my cramped concrete garden, I take a moment to magically transform it, in my mind's eye, into a modestly sprawling, verdant stretch of land.
Whenever I look at my cramped concrete garden, I like to take a moment to magically transform it, in my mind's eye, into the modestly sprawling, verdant stretch of land that I'd prefer it to be. I imagine neatly compartmentalised vegetable and herb beds, rearranging them according to mood, but always accompanied by a few barnyard critters.
I'm not sure what initially inspired my farming aspirations. I grew up in the suburbs, with my knowledge...
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