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March 29, 2009, 9:33 amSpring Planting!!

Well!!! I have one week on Spring Break left. I got to work in my garden the first part of the week...but the last part of the week the rain came down. On Satursday it was covered with at least a foot of water...Water that will be in short supply by the middle of Summer. As I worked in the soil of my garden I was reminded of the time and patience that it takes to have a successful garden. The same patience that is needed to play the lottery. On average it takes about 3 to 7 days for a number to be drawn. If you would like to test this theory go back 3 and 7 days in your work out this week and see if the number drawn on any given day can be discover in that portion of your workout. The numbers that I am playing today will come from last Sunday and Monday's workout. How many times have you missed your numbers because you did not play them longer enough? I am guilty of this myself; but working in my garden this week I was reminded that it takes patience to have a successful garden and it takes patience to be a successful lottery player.

Finally my garden is about sharing the fruits of my labor. I share what I raise in my garden with my family members, friends and neighbors. It brings great joy for them to shower me with the praises of how they enjoyed the vegetables from my garden. You have not lived until you eat a tomatoes raised in a backyard garden. Anyway pick you numbers well and have the patience to hold them until they are ready to be harvest.Remember that it takes on the average in a garden anywhere fro 6 to 10 weeks for a vegetable to be ready to be picked and eaten. It takes a number anywhere from 3 to 7 day to be drawn; Therefore time and patience is your best friend. Good Day and Good Luck.

Last Edited: March 29, 2009, 10:00 am

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