After college, I lived with my parents for a year.
While there, I did extensive landscaping and gardening.
I actually consider gardening to me the first chapter in my spiritual growth.

One of my projects was a grape and wisteria covered arbor. I had fantasies of grapes hanging down through the wood slots as you walked under.
But the weather location of the plants never resulted in edible grapes. Still beautiful, but not edible.

Until yesterday.
Fiftenn years later, I ate my first glorious grapes from my vines.
I was giddy as I plucked off clumps of succulent grapes and truly enjoyed “the fruit of my labor.” You could taste the love.

Even cooler: My baby nephew ate some fresh grapes for his dessert.

Comments
  • Clintus McGintus

    thats awesome man. I really wish I could grow an avacodo tree here in AZ but I’ll have to settle for some chiles.

  • David

    Time to start making your own wine!

  • Raven

    way cool!!

    i guess it’s true: good things come to those who wait 🙂

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