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20161109_091826-1The object I chose for Safar’s challenge was a cutting from an old, old (like 30 years old) plant my mother had gotten from her sister. It’s rooting on the window ledge over the sink, and every time I do dishes it reminds me of the beauty and simplicity that nature can be. But Safar is right, I believe, that we must return objects to their natural state, for I’ve let this cutting go so long that it’s now root-bound in the vase and has stopped growing. Sometimes we have a tendency to do that to people, too, don’t we… Now it’s time to repot it in good soil… Loved this, Safar! (‘Scuse the bad pix!)