Mother Nature is mistress of the art of timing. When left to her own devices, everything happens when it should. Seeds sprout when the soil warms enough to nurture them properly. Delicate green leaves unfurl when the days are long and warm enough to feed the tree. Blooms burst forth just in time for the bees and other insects to pollinate them, while birds hatch their hungry families to feed on this bounty.
I, on the other, do not have Mother Nature’s patience. I am always trying to bend the rules. I want those super early tomatoes, flowers in the winter, and cucumbers in December. These preferences have nothing to do with what is best, just what I want. The funny thing is that when I do get my way with these things they are often less than satisfactory. Those early tomatoes are small and bitter from lack of sun; the flowers quickly marred by insects, and the cucumbers bland and tasteless. Truly timing is everything.Just as with gardening, timing is vital when creating your FundRaiser backups.
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