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fiestyolelady
May 14, 2015
Are these an eatable fruit? Where do they grow?
aknan
May 14, 2015
Fiesty, they're a tropical fruit and have a nice, sweet taste - even if they do look a lot like cauliflower!
malko
Sep 23, 2017
I live on the twin island of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean, it grows here and other Caribbean countries.
aknan
Sep 25, 2017
Malko, did you come through the storms okay?
malko
Sep 25, 2017
Thankfully they were far away so I'm safe. Sadly I have lost complete contact from a couple of my friends from Dominica and St Croix. Praying for them!
malko
Sep 25, 2017
Thanks for asking aknan.
Barbaranne
May 27, 2014
I'm off to clinic today to have the dressing changed and find out if I can be set free from my bedroom for good behaviour, this is the first change of dressing a nd I am alittle apprehensive, no be truthful I am scarred in case any thing as gone wrong.

Ugly looking fruit but the carers assure me it is sweet and nice to eat, reminds of the wasps nest you sometime find in the garden.
God bless you all.
pixipixil
May 27, 2014
Quick prayer for everything to be fine. God bless.
trynfindit
May 27, 2014
Barbaranne we all hope and pray that you are healing well; please let us know how the dressing change goes.
JoyceRogers
May 28, 2014
Barbaranne, so good to see your post! I've been wondering how you are doing. I'm still in the hospital from my surgery (8 days so far)...one complication after another. The latest is pneumonia, cough, cough. They said they're holding me for at least 2 more days. Oh, bother!
After we get home, my hubby will have the same surgery, only more in-depth. I'm not quite sure how we
will get along while both of us need assistance to do anything. But we know that God will see us through. He knows every hair on our heads!
God Bless & Good Health!
trynfindit
May 28, 2014
Joyce, you have our prayers that you and your hubby both mend well and quickly.
pixipixil
May 29, 2014
Prayers for you and your husband, JoyceRogers. May you recover quickly and fully and may God send his earthly angels to give you the help you need.
My husband and I spent our first Christmas together recovering from operations. We sat in the hospital hall singing Christmas hymns. He had a hernia and I had two large ovarian cysts removed. My aunt was our angel when we got home.
JoyceRogers
May 31, 2014
Thanks SO MUCH for all the prayers! I'm now home after 10 days in the hospital. The back surgery went splendidly - it feels better than it has in years. Praise the Lord! Then the domino effect started with pneumonia. They did a zillion tests and found out several other things possibly wrong with me. I told my husband that I needed to get out of there...every time another doctor walked in the door something else was wrong with me. If I left, I wouldn't be sick any more!
There was one doctor there that I didn't want to leave. He was actually interested in my health and spent more time with me than any other doctor ever has. He listened to every word I said, and the next day he not only still remembered what I had said, but you could tell that he had researched every possibility of healing for each problem! I wanted him to become my Primary Physician, but he only works in the hospital...if I left the hospital I could have no more contact. It ALMOST made me want to stay. But alas, my cat and my own bed called, and I wanted to go home...He at least gave me references of who to follow up with.
Pixi - it sounds like you and your hubby are a lot like me and mine. We've made an awful lot of "heavenly lemonade" out of "earthly lemons! "
And Trynfindit, sounds like your husband was cut from the same cloth as my husband and I! Maybe we should all get together someday and work jigsaw puzzles together...pick a hospital, any hospital! ;)
pixipixil
Jun 1, 2014
Dear me, JoyceRogers--let's hope not! But meeting would be fun, wouldn't it? When I had my last two ops I had the same feeling--I had to get home or staying in that hospital would make me keep getting worse.
trynfindit
Jun 1, 2014
JoyceRogers, tell me where you live (general area only) and perhaps one time that we vacation it will be in your area. Santaclause, her hubby and me and my hubby are planning to meet up the next time we're in England, hopefully next spring.
JoyceRogers
Jun 1, 2014
I live in Colorado, USA, near Denver. I wish everyone would put where they are close to...but I'm sure there would be Something wrong with that! There always is!
pixipixil
Jun 2, 2014
I live near the capital region of New York.We visited Colorado 6 or 7 years ago and did a circuit that began in Denver (although we stayed in Idaho Springs) and took in Manitou Springs, Black Canyon of the Gunnison and Crested Butte went thru Leadville to Lake Dillon and flew back home from Denver. Colorado is one of the prettiest places I've seen but you also have the craziest weather.
trynfindit
Jun 2, 2014
Joyce, I asked the C4J crew if we could change our account names to reflect where we are (trynfindit-n.e.FL for example) and they said that wasn't possible. They have, however, added state flags for all of our states and for many countries, so that helps a good deal. I love tugboats and had that as my icon but changed it to the state flag of Florida just recently.

pixi's right - Colorado is a beautiful state.
JoyceRogers
Jun 3, 2014
Thanks for checking, trynfindit. I have no idea how to change my icon (it'll come with practice! ) or my name, as you can see by my clever moniker. I just logged on and started typing.
Pixi, I agree...Colorado has some of the most beautiful places on this earth! And yes, the weather is crazy! The joke around here is "Don't like the weather? Just wait 15 minutes! " We never get bored! I have lived here since I was 7 years old and still have not seen even half of this state. There never seems to be enough time, and when you do take a vacation, you want to go away somewhere. My son and his family are trying to move to Hawaii in a few years, and I keep wondering Why? I'm sure Hawaii is a perfectly wonderful paradise, but I prefer 4 seasons, and I enjoy snow! Oh well...we'll have ready-made vacations for the rest of our lives!
JoyceRogers
Jun 3, 2014
Guess what I just figured out how to do?? hee-hee!
Barbaranne
Jun 3, 2014
Trynfindit, if you get to England next year why not come and look me up? I live in London, W4 it would be great to meet people that we talk to but never meet
trynfindit
Jun 3, 2014
Barbaranne, what a lovely invitation. I don't know if we will get as far south as London this time but you never know, plans may change. I'd love to meet you and learn more about you and your vocation.
trynfindit
Jun 3, 2014
Good for you Joyce in figuring out how to change your icon. I got a chuckle out of your "Wait 15 minutes..." regarding Colorado weather; we say the same thing about Florida weather.
dbnc2
Oct 13, 2014
They say the same thing In NC
trynfindit
Oct 14, 2014
Dbnc2, are you in the North Carolina mountains? No matter where I am, my heart is in those mountains.
pixipixil
Oct 15, 2014
I miss the Catskills where we had our first house. Nothing has felt like home since.
Annie1749
Oct 15, 2014
Hi All, I have been keeping track of where people are from ever since the state flag icons have been an option. To date we have 45 states and 18 countries represented. I'm sure I have missed a few along the way. I still need to hear from someone from Nebraska, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Utah and Wyoming. As far as the countries I was able to add Herman from Belgium this morning. We also have Australia, Mexico, Scotland, England and New Zealand to name a few. I just think it is so wonderful to hear from people from all over the world. I have never traveled too far from home and this is one way of learning how the other half lives.
Good health is wished for all.
pixipixil
Oct 15, 2014
Don't forget Jajac. Isn't he from Monaco?
Annie1749
Oct 16, 2014
I have jajac from France. I could be wrong. Where are you from jajac?
malko
Sep 23, 2017
Jajac is originally from France but now lives in Monaco. I'm from the twin island of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean. Happy to meet you all.
trynfindit
Sep 24, 2017
I thought jajac was a lady.
dbnc2
Jan 31, 2016
Never heard of custard apples before
I did this as a mystery
sure learn a lot from C4Jpuzzels and my C4J friends
thanks to both
tshepherd24
Nov 2, 2014
I never knew custard apples existed. Any way, great puzzle.
heathertaylor
May 27, 2014
I've heard of apple custard but can somebody please tell me what a custard apple is and how it got it's name
trynfindit
May 27, 2014
Heather, if you google or bing "custard apple" you will get more information than you could ever use. :)
heathertaylor
May 29, 2014
Thanks usually google is the best place to get information on things like sub-tropical fruit, and it was really helpful
cindyj28
May 27, 2014
It looks like cauliflower. I would be very interested to taste.Good puzzle tho.
aussiesapphire
May 27, 2014
Very hard to touch, but goes soft when ready to eat. Drooling here lol. Hugs.
slippers
May 27, 2014
Where does this grow aussie?
aussiesapphire
May 28, 2014
I think is more tropical areas. A friend of mine had a tree and it was covered in custard apples and we had a really bad storm just recently and her tree toppled. Too bad, I was looking forward to eating some. If you google "custard apple" you will find lots of info and some pics with the fruit cut open. They are quite large, much bigger than an apple. Hugs.
slippers
May 28, 2014
Many thanks aussie. A friend of mine and I are going to the Gold Coast for nine days on 22nd of June, we are shouting a trip for ourselves as we have both recently turned seventy, our hubby's are staying home.
aussiesapphire
May 29, 2014
Good for you! I must say I prefer the sunshine coast to the Gold Coast, but guess you have to see it once in a lifetime. The sunshine coast is north of Brisbane and not quite so commercialized, though getting that way. My husband and I went to Mooloolaba for four days a couple of weeks ago and enjoyed it very much. Enjoy your stay and I am sure you husbands will appreciate you when you get home. Hugs.
hockeyfan
May 27, 2014
Never heard of "custard apples" before. Another fun class of 101 New Adventures. LOL Thanks team for a nice puzzle.
aussiesapphire
May 28, 2014
Checked out your state flag and now cannot get "Country Road" out of my brain lol. Probably be singing it for a week now. Hugs.
hockeyfan
May 28, 2014
Thank you "aussie". How sweet! Yes "Country Roads" one of my favorite songs. I was born and raised a "hillbilly", "stump jumper", "Hatfields and McCoys" and I DO HAVE A GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR ABOUT IT......LOL Although I do live along the Ohio River with a bridge connecting us to Marietta, Ohio, which just received the honor of being the sixth city to visit by Smithsonian Magazine. We have no shopping in our little town of 3200. We do all that in Marietta. You made my day. Was feeling a little down. Hugs back to you.
aussiesapphire
May 29, 2014
XOXOX :)
mamag15
May 27, 2014
Weird looking fruit.
Aced my last class, Psychology in the Community. I received 1000 point out of a 1000. Now I am tackling Sociology in a Global Perspective. This is going to be a bit harder and more challenging. I am praying the next 5 weeks that I do good in this class. I am also in the middle of house hunting. So I am going to be very busy. Oh My Goodness!!! LOL. Thank God I love challenges.
Have a blessed day. And I hope you are all staying healthy and well, I also pray that any issues you have, the Lord will help you see through them and you let Him guide you.
pixipixil
May 27, 2014
Both challenges sound like fun. Hope you ace your soc and find a really nice home, mamag.
mamag15
May 28, 2014
Thank you Pixi. We looked at a house yesterday and fell in love with it. 5 beautiful acres of land, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, and a huge enclosed porch. My hubby I want to bring his 85 year old dad from Pennsylvania to Virginia. The cold weather up there is getting too much for him. His legs are not doing too well, So I will be helping to take care of him. Right now he is living with our 30 year old daughter who does nothing to help him. He does all the cooking and cleaning while she does literally does not lift a finger to help. Of course she will be moving in with also. But she is in for a world of hurt. I will not let her get away with being this lazy. I just keep asking God for guidance and wisdom.
pixipixil
May 28, 2014
Good luck with whipping your daughter into shpe. My son just had a child by a girl like that. She does nothing all day in the house except watch her baby, then castigates him for not giving her total freedom as soon as he's home from work. She does nothing at all--no dishes, no cooking, no cleaning including laundry and she refuses to watch his other daughter for 1 hour until the baby sitters can pick her up.
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