Christmas Eve afternoon we scrape together a nickel and go to the butcher's to buy Queenie's traditional gift, a good gnawable beef bone. The bone, wrapped in funny paper, is placed high in the tree near the silver star. Queenie knows it's there. She squats at the foot of the tree staring up in a trance of greed: when bedtime arrives she refuses to budge. Her excitement is equaled by my own. I kick the covers and turn my pillow as though it were a scorching summer's night. Somewhere a rooster crows: falsely, for the sun is still on the other side of the world.
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over the last two years I have over seeded some parts of my lawn and newly seeded others about 4000 sq. ft. total I didn’t have a problem with any of it germinating or taking just loosen top 1 in. of soil apply granular starter fertilizer rake in lightly water good apply seed @ slightly more than recommended rate water in cover with 1/4″ to 1/2″ peat moss water in well and wait 10 -14 days new grass about 4 to 6 weeks later when grass reaches 4″ to 6″ tall mow it when dry follow up with 16-16-16 fertilizer watering regularly about 1/2′ to 1″ per week