By USAHIhifriends

Tying itself in knots

The pakalana is putting out its tendrils and this one has floated around and grown long enough for the wind to fling it over the top of the cage where it has curled around another new tendril - and then gone over, under, and around - it might look different tomorrow.
One of the strawberry guava trees is heavy with fruit, and the plumeria is now displaying its second leaf, like an additional feather from its top.
The beautiful days we've been having seem to have encouraged everything to reach out and up and over!

Morning newspaper headline  :   FLORISTS BACK IN BUSINESS
Gov. Ige reverses his decision and allows flower shops to make deliveries for Mother's Day, after consulting with the state's four county mayors on Monday.

And  :  Salons, barbershops anxious to reopen
They have been temporarily closed since Mar 23 to comply with emergency rules implemented by the government to curb the spread of  COVID-19.

And :  Twin ring-tailed lemurs born at Honolulu Zoo
The twins were born on Easter Sunday, April 18.    Thing1 & Thing2?

Stay well, stay inside, and take care, everyone!

Comments New comments are not currently accepted on this journal.