Service to others, not slave to others. Overnight backyard seeds sprouted which I thought could be related to the Thunderstorm Asthma but debunked my own concern when sister said it was Guinea food. But before that, I thought it was a plant that could destroy ecosystems because when I googled it prior to sister coming home, I thought it looked like Uruguayan Rice Grass (Piptochaetium montevidense). Even though I was wrong, I still think it’s good to research and share the “oddities” that we notice rather than just blindly believing what mainstream media shares. Ramble about Thunderstorm Asthma again.
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