Is the Grass Always Greener?

Homeowners are taught to be obsessive about their lawns. It’s like the diamond industry has brainwashed couples that without an expensive engagement ring, your relationship is doomed. Doomed!

Without vigilance, the best-kept, regulation-height, precision-irrigated, postcard-perfect greenery will brown. Nasty dead patches will develop. Soon you’ll be the scourge of the neighborhood. What’s wrong with you, dude? If…

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Longtime writer and crank. Articles come from more than 30 years in journalism and corporate communications. Follow my podcast at MrJeff2000.podbean.com.

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