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Wednesday; November 15

What do fishing and farming have in common?  Patience! I like to fish … well, let me rephrase that, I like to catch fish.  There is nothing more fun than getting into a school of fish or finding a honey hole and catching one fish after another.  Now, having said that, I can only throw a lure into the water for a short period of time if the fish aren’t biting before becoming bored.  I know several people who can sit and wait for hours, expecting the next moment will produce a whopper, but I am not one of those people.  (Oh, by the way, when it comes to ice fishing, my patience reduces with the temperature.)   Along the same line, I would be a terrible farmer because I think I would have trouble awaiting the germinating and growing process.  When I have planted a garden in the past my impatience has translated a hobby into a headache.  Rationally, I know that things don’t mature overnight, but when it comes to horticulture logic has little to do with it. This insight into my deficiencies …