Mother Nature is one force which can not be contained nor controlled. No one is as finicky and temperamental as She. Within minutes the weather can change drastically with temperatures dropping 20°, 30° 40° or more degrees. The dry, crisp air of fall and winter can be harsh on occasion – as anyone familiar with static electricity knows; conversely, the humidity of summer can be extremely oppressive.
Enough of Mother Nature’s weather side. What about those naturally occurring issues. Those which, again, we have no control over? I am referring to when mother rabbit decides to dig a nest behind a hydrangea. No, the hydrangea wasn’t damaged, however, the landscaping which was in process came to a sudden halt for three weeks as mom nursed her kittens (yes, baby rabbits are called kittens or kits).
Finally, the kits have grown to where mom no longer nurses them
and they have gone off to explore.