Why is the grass always greener on the other side?
How can I get the thick, full green grass that all of my neighbors have? I spend so many summer hours pulling weeds, spreading fertilizer,overseeding amd watering but nothing seems to help.
Because we're colored blind and don't realize that what we have is greener than we'll ever know.
by CWanamaker 6 years ago
Why do people believe that the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence?It seems that a lot of people are never satisfied with what they have.
by lilmissbookworm 7 years ago
Is the grass always greener on the other side?
by audie goo 6 years ago
My grass actually is totally dry white and spreading in my side yard. It acts like fungus but...it's dry and white and spreads a few feet per week.It seemed to start at the beginning of winter here in the southern calif area. I've never seen this before.
by TransScribbler 7 years ago
We have all heard odd sayings and expressions. Some of the more regularly heard throughout my childhood have subconsciously found their way into my writing.I had an Aunt who, upon hearing someone referred to as "she" would respond with "She is the cat's mother." Mum always liked...
by cfin 5 years ago
Why was I was banned from the forum for telling someone to stop spreading negative conspiracies."Some errors were found: Sorry, you are not allowed to post. Your posting privileges will be reinstated in about 3 days."Seriously hubpages. You need to cop on. I did nothing but...
by lmccarthy 8 years ago
Why would a wife tell her husband that she has cheated on him?Married 16 years and told her husband she no longer loved him, wanted a divorce and by the way I slept with another man. Did not speak to him for 3 months and now is begging him to come home.
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