I’m so glad I didn’t have a garden growing up.
I was terrified.
I didn-I didn’t know what it would be like.
It would have been so, so bad.
It’s hard to describe.
It wasn’t easy to grow anything.
I had no idea what to do with it, but I did.
I loved it.
I love the fact that I’m able to look at it and see how it was grown and then look at how it’s grown and see what I’m missing and I’ve lost that.
So I got it all back.
I’ve been a gardener for almost 40 years, and I love that.
I still have the best soil.
It gives me a lot of peace of mind when I’m planting something new, because I know what to expect.
I also get a lot out of gardening.
I just love to work and see where I can make the best use of the land that I grow.
I like to do that a lot.
I get a chance to look around the garden.
You can’t see it in your living room.
It just goes everywhere.
You just never know.
So that’s really cool.
I look at all the plants and think about them and I look back on all my plants.
You know, if I had been growing in a greenhouse, I would have just cut them down.
I would’ve been like, “What the hell is going on?”
I think I’d have lost a lot more plants and all of a sudden I would not have had anything to do and would have lost everything I had planted.
But you know, I’m in a very happy place.
And it’s not a bad place.
I think it’s a wonderful place to live.
It has its perks.
And I’m glad that I was able to be in that position and be able to see what a wonderful life it is.