This tall perennial grass grows beside our driveway. It is probably about 7 or 8 feet high and it goes by the name of giant silver grass. The long green leaves have 'withered' and were blown away by the winter winds, leaving behind these tall, dried stalks. Now that spring has arrived, these old stalks in their state of 'wither' will be cut back to allow the renewed growth to take over.
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Moe: I keep looking out of our window hoping to see lots of green grass.
I can see our planter where we grow our catnip - that is definitely in a state of wither! I keep looking to see if it will grow again. I am impatient, waiting is hard.
Mindy: Lots of fog and wind outside, when I looked out of our window.
However, we have been told that it will be a sunny day tomorrow - after all it will be SUNday.
Cookie: I am going to spend my day here in the music room/office space.
I have my choice of comfy office chairs to occupy.
Mike: Aw, you caught me taking my bath!
See, my toes are clean!