Why do the people in my neighborhood with postage stamp lawns need to use a riding lawnmower to cut it?
First of all, the lawns are just not that big. Second of all, most of them need the exercise of a pushmower. I only use my riding mower to haul the cart around any more. It actually takes less time to cut the lawn (and mine isn't small) with the pushmower.
What is wrong with turning my front lawn/yard into edible landscaping?? Better to do it out there where my dogs won't trample it. A man that I used to work with moved into a nice subdivision and promptly turned his lawn into a very productive garden. The neighbors complained until they started to benefit from the bounty of that yard. Now several in the neighborhood have turned their front yards into gardens.
Alcohol tolerance? It was a lot better even a month ago. I could drink a couple glasses of wine and not feel it. Now? Halfway through one glass I am loopy!
Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.