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One-Liner Wednesday: Dirt


water flooded street from pixabay

There’s a reason God made dirt instead of pavement.


Actually, there are many reasons. Feel free to comment on the value of dirt.

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Jesus follower, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again as well as the short version: From Loneliness to Love.

12 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday: Dirt

  1. I love to dig my hands in dirt when planting flowers. I refuse to wear gloves because I want to feel the earth. It’s non-edible food for the soul.

    • I know what you mean. I keep thinking I’ll wear gloves, but rarely do. I got a splinter today playing around in the dirt and didn’t even notice until I was washing my hands. It was a soft splinter and came out without much trouble.

  2. It’s easier to grow in dirt, but I’ve seen plants in pavement cracks. It is amazing where they will try to grow.

    • I know! I love that. Once there was a flower growing out of the side of our brick church. It had a long stem and not many leaves. But yes, dirt helps.

  3. You can grow wonderful things in dirt and its not as hard to fall on than pavements 😊

  4. I grew up seeking out puddles to splash in. I drove my mother crazy!

  5. I believe dirt is great outside. I need to emphasize this! I dislike people who “track in dirt” over the age of 10. I like barefeet or socks in the house, used to have a sign by the door about this: “Take off your shoes please!”
    Dirt is great when it is full of worms and I used to love taking a small sand shovel in my parents’ compost pile and spreading the food remains and seeing fresh worms wriggling in the loamy dirt.

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