No pun intended on this wordless Wednesday - there's only a few lines of prose to offer today, especially when the only tree in blossom, well, it's the indoor Lime basking in the morning sun. It was deemed worthy of a wordless Wednesday image accompanied by the usual quote.
Today's bit of wisdom (in the form of a Jennifer Paterson quote) offers a couple of citrus tips. No deep philosophical or inspirational thinking. In this case, not even lime but lemon tips. Yes, our indoor/outdoor Meyer Lemon tree should offer a blossom soon as well.
Paterson shares these lemon tips, one I’ve done and one worth a go! “Never throw away squeezed lemon but keep them for the day by the sink. Then you can use them to remove fish, onion or garlic smells from your fingers. Or you can stick them on your elbows while you are reading a book to soften and whiten your skin.” Now there’s a picture worth sharing – someone reading a book with cut lemons on their elbows. If it made you laugh, mission accomplished. #WordlessWednesday on this April morning.
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