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A little inspiration for you all

 
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I thought we could all use a little inspiration to help keep us going as we enter the weekend. I'm inspired to finish scything to help build soil and do some woodchip mulching to start replacing part of my lawn. Small steps can lead to amazing results as the video shows. Please reply and share what you are inspired to do this weekend. Hopefully we can all be inspired by the video and by what everyone shares.

Thanks all!
 
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Reviving an old thread of awesomeness (thanks Daron!) to add another fun video.

I don't even care that it was made as an ad for a retail giant in China. It's still delightful. Perhaps lighter on the content than Daron's but still inspirational in it's own artful way. No words, and none needed.



 
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I'm inspired to learn much more about the zillions of huge yummy looking mushrooms popping up all around me. I want them to inspire my future meals. I would prefer not to die in the process.
 
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...Currently working on a popular practice here in town: some ideas for guerrilla gardening in the Spring...
 
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Daron Williams wrote:



I thought we could all use a little inspiration to help keep us going as we enter the weekend. I'm inspired to finish scything to help build soil and do some woodchip mulching to start replacing part of my lawn. Small steps can lead to amazing results as the video shows. Please reply and share what you are inspired to do this weekend. Hopefully we can all be inspired by the video and by what everyone shares.

Thanks all!



That was just fantastic.
 
Put a gun against his head, pulled my trigger, now he's dead, that tiny ad sure bled
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