Aerating your Lawn: A Metaphor for Life

TO….AERATE MY SOUL AND FEED MY SPIRIT….HOW LOVELY!!! 🙂

karen draper ~ writer

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Last weeks blogpost was heavy…very heavy.  It felt good to release that part of me.  An incremental speck of who I am.  I’ve been called an old soul, philosophical (much to my family’s chagrin at times), and I recently learned from a Huffington Post article that I am an introvert!  Imagine!!!

From the day I ‘birthed’ the NESTpirations blog, my wish was that it would be multi-dimensional.  That when it’s all grown up and I look back at the early years, I hope I will see that I instilled a sense of diversity of spirit and thought from the beginning.  Blogs…they’re just like us!  So in that vain, I will be downsizing, decorating, and addressing matters of both the silly and serious nature as I document this “not so empty” phase of our life.

After last week I think we all need a break.  Let’s go play outside in the…

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About Jonathan Caswell

Mr. Caswell has been composing poetry at least since High School. He has been on WORD PRESS for ten years and contributes to two other blogs beside this one. This blog has a Christian emphasis but all bloggers are welcome. Mr. Caswell chooses to---with permission--re[post material of interest

2 thoughts on “Aerating your Lawn: A Metaphor for Life

  1. Jonathan Caswell Post author

    YA KNOW….you aren’t too far wrong with that “Sir” business. An ancestor of mine WAS a Sir…and his Dad, too. Sir Thomas Caswell had to emigrate to America, evidently, due to Sir George’s (his Papa) being involved in something called—if I remember it right—as the Bubble South Sea Land Scandal

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