Thursday, August 7, 2014

Plant it!

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Time to Ponder yet again.  You know the drill... I post a prompt that has multiple meanings and we get see what you write! Add you post to the linky and wait for the magic!!

(If you want to send me words that you would like us all to ponder - please feel free to do so!)

Today's word is PLANT (you can always grab the prompt early by visiting the Pondering Page

When I think of plant I think of those things that I have in the back yard. But those have know Plants!  But what about the kind of plant that has no roots?  I plant myself firmly one one side of the other, but if push comes to shove, I could be swayed to the other doesn't that mean there are no roots?

I plant myself in line for something I really want, or I buy a new plant and it dies :(

There is also the kind of plant that is used in know the kind of plant that rats someone out?

What do you think of when you come up with plant?

Let us know and link up!

Happy Pondering!


  1. 'Plants' without roots include factories, don't they?

    1. They do! Great word - never thought of that one!

  2. Great ponder today! You planted lots of thoughts in our head.

  3. Finally my post is up - better late than never! :-) Your "plant" prompt provided the perfect theme for my wrap up post of this very challenging week. Funny how writing prompts often seem so timely! :-)

    I loved your plant pondering up above! I don't think that being possibly moved from one side to the other means you have no roots, rather, knowing you to be intelligent and thoughtful, I suspect it means more accurately that you are willing to entertain new information and ideas and if they make more sense than the stance you currently have, you aren't afraid to change your position. To me, that's a very healthy thing, flexibility keeps us from stagnating, and we know what happens to plants that stagnate in stale waters! :-)

    Thank you for another great opportunity to write and share here at Pondering! <3

  4. I of course think of my garden! I love that the word "plant" is both a noun AND a verb.
    I plant my plants! :)
    Hubby knows more about that other kind of "plant" --- as he often has to be it! ha.
    Sorry I couldn't link up today - I had company all day and couldn't get on my computer until this morning.

    1. There is no timeline for linking! You can always do it over the weekend!

  5. Thanks for getting our brains going on interpretations of words, Brenda. Lots of fun!


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