Suddenly I realize that everything is not always as it seems, they say that the grass is much greener on the other side and most of the time we might think that our grass is less green than the neighbors. But is it?
When you really stop to think about it, how green is your grass? Personally, I tend to think that my lawn has the driest, ugliest grass. But then I stop, take a second and analyze my reality. I have many things to be thankful for, we all do. We just don’t take the time to give thanks. Maybe it’s because there are some unwanted weeds on your lawn, or sometimes you don’t have enough money to buy the best fertilizer. Your lawn mower busted and now your lawn looks messy and unattended, or you have to mow the lawn the old fashioned way. You can’t decide which flowers to plant or you just can’t find it within you to take down that old tree standing in your way. I can keep rambling on about a million other things, nothing more than excuses, excuses that we use to try and explain why our lawn is not as pretty as the next. Why we are always irritable and angry, and wishing that we could be where the grass is greener. The thing is (I believe), no matter how green your grass is, someone else’s will always seem greener to you. But we should be grateful for even having grass and we should realize that our grass may not be the greatest, but it’s ours, and we should care for it and love it.