Friday, September 23, 2011

A Political Statement of International Importance

Each year around this time Mars and I begin cutting back our dried-out spring and summer perennial plants.

It’s an annual balancing act between deciding which shrubs still serve a useful purpose (i.e. bee/butterfly/bird-feeding) and/or even now have aesthetic value (an artistic statement on decomposition perhaps) – versus those that just totally look like hell. For the record I tend to favor the former position, Mars the latter.

But sometimes we take an action because we really feel the need to make a political statement of international importance.

We unseated our
Egyptian Onions this week –

you go Arab Spring!

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