Pearls of Wisdom
Remember back to when you were a kid and that time of the year came around, the pumpkin was put on the table on top of the daily newspaper and the carving began, cutting that circle in the pumpkin top, pulling it out and having to sift through all the insides, they were gross but yet strangely fascinating at the same time, most of us were both repulsed and drawn to it at the same time. We squeezed it in our fingers, watched it ooze out of our fists maybe we threw it at each other, but however gross it was we had fun with all the guts. And don't forget about the seeds, boy were they delicious, toasted with a hint of salt.
Therapy is the direct adult-equivalent of the art of cleaning pumpkin guts.
Nuggets of Dirt
Cory Ian Shafer