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My husband and I were in Dallas yesterday, looking for interesting pots for my plants. We stopped by Home Depot (they have a bigger one than we do), and I was looking at the plants. I saw a wondering jew there that I loved. I have two purple ones, but this was a green with some cream color verigation in the leaves. it was so beautiful, but I wasn't in the market for houseplants, so I just was admiring it from afar. I glanced down, and sort of to the side, and guess what I saw...two or three vines had fallen from the plant. Now I had a very strong desire to pick them up, take them home, and see if I could root them...the other part of me...the conscience...said "No! That's stealing. Leave them there." So I did. Darn it!! I thought about asking someone if we could have them, since they would, most likely, end up being thrown away. The reason I didn't, is because I was afraid they would think I did it, and make me buy the whole plant. Don't get me wrong. If it were in my budget, I would have been happy to buy the plant, but it wasn't.
Now I'm hating myself. I know they just ended up throwing those vines out. Why didn't I just ask if I could have them? Why am I afraid of people? Oh well, so I end up missing out...