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The rock garden nears completion; purple kale distracts me

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By Elizabeth Cunningham Perkins
Posted Oct 24, 2011 in Lifestyle
The rock garden will soon begin decaying by natural and human destructive forces; I shall add a few more finishing touches before moving day.
I was planning a cookout, an extremely unusual activity for me, "bad" for the environment I realize. Anyway, I have put it off because strong winds or brisk breezes have blown most nights lately.
I am pleased I found new homes with two avid urban gardeners for the largest indoor plants by posting in the free stuff section of Craigslist -- what a relief! I understand now that some folks check that site every day, more than once.
I expect the Tortoise Cat will miss this city-block-territory she has claimed. But she may eagerly adopt the deluxe digs we will be inhabiting by the end of this week.
I imagined a curly bright violet ornamental kale was opening a fractal-like vortex into this autumn ...
I imagined a curly bright violet ornamental kale was opening a fractal-like vortex into this autumn garden's hidden dimensions, but I noticed a crisp orange maple seed appeared trapped in its lush, lurid, vegetable "event horizon."
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The rock garden art and low-tech security installation nears completion in this final year of my res...
The rock garden art and low-tech security installation nears completion in this final year of my residency here on Milwaukee's lower east side.
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