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Friday, May 02, 2008


The pomegranate blossoms on my tree may have looked pretty but I only have a few dozen flowers on my tree. Nothing like this! Hence, the triple exclamation points.
Pomegranates 1
I was over at my second-youngest uncle's house to pick up my cousin to take her to the airport when I noticed the trees were awash in pomegranate blooms. These trees, there's actually two if you can make it out, were the parents of the tree beside my house. And if you look really closely, you can see the tiny pomegranate fruits forming.
Pomegranates 2
No, I can't share. They're not my trees. And even then, there's still not enough to go around. ***** 1 year ago today, everything's coming up roses...and a sidenote on plagiarism and copyright infringement.


  1. Please don't laugh but I don't know how to eat pomegranates. What do you do with all the seeds?

  2. In Greece, we have a tree but I'm never there in the Spring to see it in this stage...gorgeous, thanks!

  3. Oh my gosh, they look like yummy alien jellyfish!

  4. N,
    You eat them! :)

    You're welcome.

    Haha. I thought of that imagery before.


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