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ansonnewman

49 Brooklyn, NY Woman

Woman

I’m looking for

  • Men who like women
  • Ages 45–55
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Oct 21
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 4″ (1.63m)
Body Type
Fit
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Sign
Taurus, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Other
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Has kids, but doesn’t want more
Pets
Speaks
English

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Did you know eggshells make excellent worm nurseries? They do. Every spring, I dig out my compost pile and in all the eggshells, I find thousands of baby worms. Perhaps the worms like to lay their eggs in the enclosed space, or maybe the film of eggwhite on the interior makes perfect baby-worm pablam, or maybe it is warmer inside the shells. Further research on worm propagation may be required for a definitive answer. In any case, all the eggshells are filled with wriggling baby worms, but if I keep digging past the yet-to-be-decomposed matter, past the eggshells and grapefruit peels and avocado pits, I get to grown-up worm territory. This is where thousands of bulging, undulating worker-worms turn my vegetable waste into soil. If I carefully dig past this productive layer, about 2 feet down into the pile, I find absolutely perfect, dark brown, moist, loose, rich soil. Black gold. I dig out about eight cubic feet of soil, and this is what I use to nourish my garden each spring, and to refill all my containers so my plants grow and flower all season. I keep a pitchfork in my shed expressly for this purpose. It gets used only one day each spring, but it is my favorite tool because it does its job so effortlessly and so well, and how many women do you know would tell you what their favorite tool is, and why?