When is a pomegranate not a poemegranate?

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Just falling about in fits as I have just found out that I am well within six degrees of separation of Catherine of Anagram.

Catherine’s familial device was a pomegranate and an anagram of pomegranate is ‘Panto Graeme’ enough said.

Jane was looking at a recipe. The conversation went this way:

J: Aargh! I ‘should’ have bought a pomegranate.

G: The pomegranate is the family symbol of Catherine of Anagram.

J: Anagram?

G: See what anagram you can get out of pomegranate.

J: (scribbles) You’re going to like this… “Panto Graeme”

G: Oh no, it isn’t!

J: Oh yes, it is!

Thanks to the Love of my Life Jane for assisting me in my descent to madness (King George Three, wait for me!)

 

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3 responses to “When is a pomegranate not a poemegranate?

  1. …. 🙂 Jane like an angel! You are amazing dear G, Thank you, Love, nia

  2. We are fine, my love, our Princess and Sunday 🙂 Thank you, Love, nia

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