Well, in this case: There’s money in house plants.
Like, literally. Last week I thoroughly decided to start this business (and in the original Latin, de caedere means “to cut off” – so to decide means you are removing all other options).
Immediately after deciding, I started finding money in plants.
Yeah. Literally. I’m pulling a dead leaf off an aglaonema and find a couple dimes in the pot.
Next day, I’m fussing with a dracaena and find a quarter and a nickel. Two days later, a dollar bill in a fiddle-leaf fig.
This kept happening.
No joke. In five years I’ve found garbage in plants, and the occasional binky or bouncy ball, but NEVER money. Ever.
Oh hey, Universe. I see what you’re doing there…
More to come 🙂