Christian romance author Brenda Coulter discusses writing, life, and the writing life.
Pachysandra, is a popular groundcover in the US, it will grow where little eles will grow, it practically difies weeds
According to the etymology on this site (http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=pachysandra), the name is smutty.And you say you write romance for the deep relational issues. Your garden is telling the real story, Brenda.--Chris (dFm)
Lawyers are taught never to ask in court a question to which they do not already know the answer. I'm beginning to think that's excellent advice for bloggers, too. I just went here and learned that pachysandra comes from:Gk. packhys "thick" + aner (gen. andros) "man," used in botany to mean "having stamens." Ahem. Maybe we'd better get back to elephants. Since they're pachyderms and I'm figuring "derm" means "skin", it looks like pachyderm means "thick-skinned".
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