Everything you ever wanted to know about pine...

-a coniferous tree

-straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus

-ache: have a desire for something or someone who is not present

-There are about 115 species of pine, although different authors accept anything from 105 to 125 species.

-Pine is an email client: the University of Washington's "Program for Internet News & Email."

-Wood that is uniform in texture but sometimes strongly marked with annual rings. It dries easily and does not shrink or swell greatly with changes in moisture content.

-these trees have needle-shaped leaves that grow in clusters, and they also bear cones

-Soft, knotty wood used as a solid wood on country or rustic furniture

-The section of lane-bed located between the head maple and the pin deck. Usually constructed of soft wood (pine) to allow the bowling ball to break more.

jonathan.jpgIt was suggested to me that this be a "pining entry" because my Jonathan is in Washington. (Get it?) I miss him more than anything in the world. Good news? Only one more full day before he's home. Bad news? One more WHOLE day before he's home. Thursday seems very far away sometimes. But he's doing well. People like him; they know he's talented. If they'd asked me first I would have told them so he wouldn't have to go away so far. Besides, Eastern Washington is boring. Like drying paint, or sitting in traffic, folding towels (folding anything actually), doing math, talking about math... anyway. My Ya-Yas are rallying to my rescue, perking me up when I feel blue and Jon-less.

Read on only if you're Jon.

I loooooooooooove you! Kissy kissy kissy! Smushy face! I wuuuuuuuuv you. Awwwwwwwwww, my l'il...

Hey! Some of you are NOT Jon and should not, therefore, be reading this. But Jonathan, honeybuns, I miss you. Hope you like your cards.


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