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|Dianne Cage: Pine straw and wild game|
These cool breezy mornings make you want to run and jump with joy! I just love it. This is a good time to gather pine cones for your fall arrangements and pine straw to mulch your beds.
Years ago when I was in high school and a member of Lambda Sigma Chi Sorority, we use to rake and fill big burlap sacks with the golden straw and sell it for our fundraiser.
It has been so long ago but I remember it being much fun. There was lots of fellowship and laughter. I wonder if those in the younger generation do things like that now? Probably not but they sure are missing a fun outing, good exercise and a worthwhile project!
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Dianne Cage writes a bi-weekly lifestyle column for The Ouachita Citizen. She and her husband, Mike Cage, live in Monroe.