This morning I woke up early and meet with Janelle to spread some pine needle mulch at her neighbors house. We worked about three hours putting down the mulch and pruning back the ivy from the garden paths. In the south ivy really goes crazy climbing up tree trunks. Which looks pretty but is really not good for the trees.
It's sad for me to say but this is the most activity I have done all winter. I will probably be very sore tomorrow. Oh well, it's good for me and it's a gorgeous day!
On the way home I was listening to NPR in my car. They were talking about a small farming community of about 1,200 residents. This town holds an annual event that poses a question each year for all to answer. The topics are incredibly varied but very intriguing questions to ask such a small farming community. The host debates and chose a winnter from the hundreds of entries each year.
This years question is, "Is it ever wrong to do the right thing?"
It really got me thinking about situations where perhaps it is better to do the wrong thing. To me that is what a little white lie is, right? A small lie that would be more harmful if shared than if kept to ones self?
What do you all think? "Is it ever wrong to do the right thing?"