Today we're going to address a question that has been with us since forever. It's a difficult question to answer and one that has been known to send grown men crying for their Mum, dive for cover, head for the hills or at least make their eyes water just a tiny bit.
It's the burning question that at least half the world population has been asking since the dawning of time and that the other half has been studiously avoiding to answer.
What burning question is that, you may well ask. Is it of the utmost importance? Has it anything to do with the meaning of life, or perhaps with world peace?
No, none of that malarkey, I am, of course, referring to this age old question:
Does my aster look big in this?
Well, does it?
copyright 2008 Y.E.W. Heuzen
For man, autumn is a time of harvest, of gathering together. For nature, it is a time of sowing, of scattering abroad.
Edwin Way Teale