Sunday, April 14, 2013
April is national poem writing month ...
OK, so I'm not a poet
At least I know it.
When I was in college, one of my professors seemed to have a thing for Gertrude Stein. She of a rose is a rose is a rose fame ...
In the desert, a rose is not a rose when it is attached to either a prickly pear cactus (see above and to the side) or a hedge hog (see below and below to the side).
Frankly they don't smell all that sweet, but they sure do attract the bugs and the bees!
Welcome to the desert, please leave your ice on the cactus of your choice before you go home!