This Is our Village

Wednesday, June 13, 2012


What could be better than pottering in the garden in Florida sunshine, 6am +. Also planting stick in the ground and having it grow, and then flower. Plumeria (common name Frangipani) are shrubs and small trees. Red ones are deciduous, white ones are not (I am told). There are more in the village, enough for a lei?


  1. Hi Elaine,
    Obviously, this item has a coefficient of FP&D approaching the Epsilon for which there is no Delta.

    However, I must note that the correct nomenclature for this plant is:

    peristaltic clostridium difficile!

    Dave Israel

  2. Dave, I was going to suggest you restrain your usual floral enthusiasm, I see I am too late.
    Different strokes for different folks.

  3. Of course you are too late to restrain him. You KNOW when you put something on the Blog about birds or plants that the ever-alert Mr. Israel is going to be applying his coefficient of Whatever-It-Is. I'm surprised it took him all of 21 minutes. He must have been in an important meeting.


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