I’ve gone out in the middle of the night with a flashlight thinking it might be racoons. I sat at the window reading all one morning so I could look out and catch the culprit if it was a squirrel. I’ve talked to garden friends all over the place to get ideas on what might be eating my tomatoes! I was so busy worrying about what I didn’t have that I forgot to appreciate what I do have!
In fact, I have plenty of tomatoes from my three plants. I have enough for BLT’s and Bruschetta and enough to share with friends…so what is the problem if a few are eaten?Now if I was losing them all or even half of them, I’d go back to worrying. But really, in the grand scheme of things I just put too much importance on a little loss.
Guess I’d better practice what I always taught my children, “focus on what you have and not on what you don’t have. You’ll live a much happier life that way”! ( And, you’ll waste a lot less energy!)