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If you are not familiar with the non-indigenous Southern plant known as kudzu, let me brief you. It's a Japanese plant brought to the US for erosion control - only here in the US Kudzu has no fauna to eat it, so it's grown very prolific. It's everywhere, people. Nothing can stop it - we've tried! It's been nicknamed "the vine that ate the South."
|This was once a house, people! http://www.theresilientearth.com/|
|Stupid frat boys...|
Anyway, the stuff is everywhere... and I had prepared to write an entire post about finding Christ in the Kudzu, but I was sidetracked by memories of college and the Kudzu Kids, so maybe I'll save the Jesus post for another day and just sit back and recall my yesteryears.
Have a happy 4th, y'all.