Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Winner and inspiration just for you…


Excuse me, do you have time to talk about the random words art challuunge? It’s a little contest we hold on a mostly weekly basis… you can spread all the deets here

Meanwhile, back at the ranch… we have gathered up all the votes, yes, even Florida’s… and we have a winner! With a majority of the votes our winner is:


Ok, so come back here by Friday at 2pm with new words, eh? Congrats and all that jazz…

Here’s some inspiration for this week’s words, BEGINNER / PLANT



1.a person or thing that begins.

2.a person who has begun a course of instruction or is learning thefundamentals:

swimming for beginners.

3.a person who is inexperienced; novice.



1.any member of the kingdom Plantae, comprising multicellularorganisms that typically produce their own food from inorganic matterby the process of photosynthesis and that have more or less rigid cellwalls containing cellulose, including vascular plants, mosses,liverworts, and hornworts: some classification schemes may includefungi, algae, bacteria, blue-green algae, and certain single-celledeukaryotes that have plantlike qualities, as rigid cell walls orphotosynthesis. herb or other small vegetable growth, in contrast with a tree or ashrub.

3.a seedling or a growing slip, especially one ready for transplanting.

4.the equipment, including the fixtures, machinery, tools, etc., and oftenthe buildings, necessary to carry on any industrial business:

a manufacturing plant.

5.the complete equipment or apparatus for a particular mechanicalprocess or operation:

the heating plant for a home.

6.the buildings, equipment, etc., of an institution:

the sprawling plant of the university.

7.Slang. something intended to trap, decoy, or lure, as criminals.

verb (used with object) put or set in the ground for growth, as seeds, young trees, etc. furnish or stock (land) with plants:

to plant a section with corn. establish or implant (ideas, principles, doctrines, etc.):

to plant a love for learning in growing children. introduce (a breed of animals) into a country. deposit (young fish, or spawn) in a river, lake, etc. bed (oysters). insert or set firmly in or on the ground or some other body orsurface:

to plant posts along a road.