Yesterday, I started a 90-day experiment. It's called a "disintegrating bundle" - a bundle of random papers, wired to book board and hung outside to be battered and beaten by the elements, the animals, whatever is out there. On October 26, I hope to be in possession of distressed papers that will add interesting character to any project.
The bundles are hanging on a post-season mulberry tree. (Would have been interesting to see the added color during the berry season, huh?)
If nothing else, it may give the woodchucks something besides our cars to chew on. What a novel idea.
Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend. Proverbs 27:17