More Low Hanging Fruit From
In that magical store where your money is no good, unless it is a dollar, there are wonders to behold. As you will remember, the first fruit that Larainy plucked from the dollar tree for review was the grow snake, a marvelous find which grew 700% as promised, but promptly unplumped when removed from the bathtub. Excuse me, but I have never enjoyed bathing with reptiles.
Our next foray into dollar-land takes a mysterious oriental turn, so get your feng shui on and check out the
WARNING to all you farmers out there: do not expect anything to grow in this garden!!! If you are expecting a bounteous tomato harvest you are going to be grievously disappointed
Joey, a graduating Senior with a nose for Science,
agrees to be my tester
Conclusion A: the white sandy substance emits noxious unzenlike chemical smell
Conclusion B: Pebbles appear smooth and unremarkable
Conclusion C: Plenty of space available for more pebbles
Conclusion D: Lack of extra pebbles is making tester feel cheated and unrelaxed
Conclusion E: Raking sand appears to create depressive affect in tester
Conclusion F: Tester rebels and refuses to rake "toxic" sand
Conclusion G: Tester meditates in search of calm. Meditation interrupted when Mother instructs tester to get bum off dining table.
Conclusion H: Tester adds new elements to zen garden
Tester finds enlightenment!
Zen garden rating = 50 cents
(Because you can reuse the pebbles in your fish tank)