“By gumbo (pun intended), Florida has lots of shrimp – Forrest Gump amounts of shrimp – so you might as well take advantage of it. Fresh is as fresh does …”
“… plants aren’t the only invasive species in Florida, there are animals sneaking in as well – okay, they are not sneaking in, they are being brought in.”
This lacy, graceful tree was brought to Florida for lumber, as a wind and storm break, and to help with beach erosion. It didn’t do any of these particularly well.
Florida islanders say they are living in the island, not on it – or on the city and not in it – or in the beach and not at it.
” We should all be free to fling our heads and bodies any way we see fit, so long as we don’t fling our heads and bodies at innocent people. If you do accidentally fling your head at an innocent person, it should be lightweight and looking good.”
“Not everything is sun and beaches, sunrises and sunsets. People drive around in cars here and they can be a menace.”
The Florida golf cart is more than just for golf.
In Florida, snowbirds are what year-rounders call folks who are escaping the cold winters up north by bringing their cold, grumpy selves down here to warm-away those chilly bones.