I have dedicated the past ten
years minutes of my life to undertake a far reaching anthropological and psychosocial study. This has involved heated debate, probing interrogation, international espionage and a barely sharp pencil. It is a two-fold study. The aims were:
1. To examine the emotional and physical affects on a nominated person (me) of working outside on a warm but bracing spring day.
2. To examine the same affects on said person (still me) who has throughout that day been planting potatoes, potting on tomatoes and building badger defences (with a little help from my friend and Strauss).
After careful interpretation using revolutionary analytical procedures, many new to academia, I have come to the following conclusions:
A full report will follow. Thanks must go to my mentors at University of the Bloomin’ Obvious.
These are radish seedlings. To germinate these peppery balls takes all the skill of a brick. Still, the sight of their leaves popping out of the ground is an unfailing joy to me.