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JOYS OF LANDSCAPING 1 Running head: JOYS OF LANDSCAPING The Joys of Landscaping: An Example of Descriptive Writing Michelle Mantonya American Intercontinental University Kathy Matthes Eng. 105 Jan. 16, 2008
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JOYS OF LANDSCAPING 2 Introduction Most everyone can benefit from good landscaping in one way or another. It has the potential to pleasingly affect literally every one of our five senses. You might be able to see wildlife come near, by providing food and cover. Different stages of work need are needed to be performed in order to have a landscape that thrives to its full potential. Many people can find serenity working in, or just stopping in for a while to relax in their landscape of bright colors, wonderful scents and contrasting textures. Proper landscaping could possibly bring up the property value of your home or store front. It’s always nice to walk up any home or store front that has beautiful trees and flowers. Besides, I think that if you had a choice between going to a store that had good landscaping and one that was just dull and drab; wouldn’t you rather go to the one with nice landscaping?
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JOYS OF LANDSCAPING 3 The Joys of Landscaping: An Example of Descriptive Writing To me, gardening is relaxing. Considering the stresses of everyday life like kids, finances and medical issues, they all seem to melt away when I’m out there getting my hands dirty and seeing what I can accomplish. And I know many other people feel the same. It’s the only thing that I can think of that has the potential to be pleasing to every one of our senses. There are bright vivid colors, sizes, shapes and contrasting textures for your sight and so many different sweet aromas for your nose. You can hear the rustling of the leaves in the breeze, the hum of
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2008 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Matthes during the Winter '08 term at AIU Online.

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