Obsolesence

I’ve started back to work.  Not for all of my clients, just those who feel they are ready, and of course where it is safe to do so.  On Monday I returned to The Mantles.  They have done me proud.  It seems that they have been listening after all.  Weeded, mulched, dead-headed, the greenhouse full of rows of carefully tended seedlings.  Have I built-in my own obsolesence, I wonder?

10 thoughts on “Obsolesence

    1. You beat me to that thought, though the job description also includes falling into the pond occasionally to put a smile on his lordship’s face. Mind you, the word “soon” is superfluous.

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