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So...Spring is here!  (Finally!)
   And the spring time rituals are underway.....one of the many is cleaning out the garden and enriching the soil.  It is a typical activity, no different than any other year, except this year I received a surprise.
   Some people like surprises, others do not.  I am one of the ones that like them but this time maybe not so much.
   You see, every year I plant a garden so that I can help feed my family.  Many produce items from the grocery store seem bland, like the tomatoes that the big corporations have to pick before they are ripe so that they can get them to the store shelves before they spoil.  Tomatoes grown in our garden that have been kissed by the sun are sooooo much better!   But I digress.....
  You see, year after year my garden is ransacked by rabbits.  They eat just as much of my garden as my family does.  Sometimes I even wonder if they get more than my family.  This spring I found a surprise in my garden.  A nest (is that the right word?) of baby rabbits, about 6 as far as I could tell. 
SURPRISE!
Hello cute little creatures, Goodbye bountiful harvest for my family! 
Oh well, life goes on....and I bet I won't get any complaints out of the bunnies when I tell them to eat their vegetables. LOL
Maybe my kids will follow their lead!
Happy Spring everyone!

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we can surely learn from our problems, well in this case you want your children to eat vegetables just like the rabbits in your garden. People sometimes encounter problems that are too shallow to even consider a problem, but we sometimes take it as humor and move on from it. A problem that you can get a good laugh at is healthy in some ways because being happy when a problem arises is having a positive outlook on life, and it gives you a feeling of self-actualization.
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There is no good or bad problems. Just solve them.
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Spring is wonderful, it is that time of the year that is considered as season of new beginnings. People start to plant their gardens again to bring it back to life. It is great that you took this dilemma lightly and not causing too much complications in it. Considering that it took your time and effort, you still managed to shrug it off and let the rabbits eat your harvests. Taking care of your plantings may be challenging, but once that it grows into something that you have been expecting all the hard work will pay off.
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