Friday, December 11, 2009

Grapefruits revisited

We had a strong storm sweep through on Monday night. Trees were uprooted, branches all over the roads. My wife had the bright idea of harvesting some of the many grapefruit that were naturally shaken off the trees. So on the way home from seminary we picked a big bag of grapefruit from the trees in front of the hospital, where we got the one from the previous blog post. We counted it as our daily good deed (cleaning up debris from the storm) and look forward to eating the fresh fruit and juice as they become ripe. :D x 10!

4 comments:

Miriam said...

You spelled "British" wrong in your poll. Just saying.

Ben said...

grapefruits probably feel pretty happy that you keep visiting them, everybody likes visits

Tom said...

Well, how come Scottish has 2 t's? Yea, Ben, I'm sure grapefruits feel much more important when they are consumed by humans as opposed to mold and bacteria...despite that even when they are eaten by humans they are partially consumed by intestinal flora.

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