Originally Posted By: Candy
Oh Rhuby & jennyjenny......thankyou. Even though it looks like I ask for it blush Very fine words indeed. First time I've had my name put into verse.

Try these next


Your name in verse: Not the first time you've deserved it.
PLEACH: in todays word of the day from Dictionary. com.

Word of the Day for Saturday, April 7, 2012

pleach \pleech\, verb:

1. To interweave branches or vines for a hedge or arbor.
2. To make or renew (a hedge, arbor, etc.) by such interweaving.
3. To braid (hair).

Robert got up very early, and went off to pleach the big hedge at the foot of the far pasture.
-- Mary Webb, Seven for a Secret
I might not be able to install plumbing fixtures or to pleach apple trees, but I know how to throw a good party.
-- Nancy Atherton, Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree
Pleach is derived from the Middle French word plais, which meant "a hedge."

Last edited by LukeJavan8; 04/07/12 04:16 PM.

----please, draw me a sheep----