An Outcome

A few weeks ago, I dug up the roots of my Comfrey plants in my first attempt at propagating it to grow additional plants.

I have a well honed habit of talking myself out of ventures such as this for fear that I will fail, and destroy the main plant in the process.

Although I was not as successful as I had hoped, I do now have seven additional Comfrey plants to add to my gardens.

What does this teach me? Only, that this time it worked. Next time, it might not. What determines the outcome? I don’t know. I don’t need to know. I want to know, but I am okay that I don’t.

No silver lining, no big life lesson, just an outcome. Let it be so.

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