Tuesday, November 8, 2016


'Many people associate the smell of freshly cut grass with carefree summer days… 
But Scientists have recently studied the phenomenon and discovered that the pleasing odor …is actually the result of chemicals released by the grass to indicate distress.' 

I know there's an important message here, but I am not exactly sure what it is?

'Eat or be eaten?'  No, it can't be that!
'Life is hard by the yard…'  Nope, not that either!
'One suffering is another's pleasure'.  Definitely NOT!
'Gather your sunbeams where you may…'   Ugh!

Could it possibly be something about counting your blessings, including the smell of freshly cut grass!

Do you know some Native Americans would say a thank you blessing to the animals they were about to kill… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MR489bwOhcA

Did you know that counting blessings helps mitigates stress?
(Today is a great day to remember this!)

What do ya say?
Do you count those blessings?

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