You find dried bean seeds in your pockets in December.
There is hay in the car.
You turn to binder twine and five gallon buckets rather than organic hemp twine and a trug.
You talk compost with strangers.
You indulge in “one more season” hose repair.
You spend more time thinking about fencing than the White Flower Farm flower catalog.
You realize, half way through a professional meeting, that yo…
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