Stuff I should be wary of.

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So, back when Spring started, our gum tree didn’t get the memo, and my big-ass firethorn also got frosted to death. It was all very sad, but the firethorn started to grow back right away, so that wasn’t so bad. One day while I was trimming it so it didn’t grow to mammoth dimensions again, I found the tiny gum tree growing in among the weeds.

I relocated it to almost the same area that the original gum tree liked to hang out at, and proceeded to never tell anyone what it was or why I’m protecting it. I bet the neighbors will be surprised, wait’ll they see it next year!

Insanity may be doing the same this over again and hoping for a different result, but by the time this little gum tree is big enough to fall on the house, I’ll be dead. Or really, really old.

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