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I saw animal communicator and trees and I was thrilled to have discovered your blog. Trees…I love them..I recently found a winged elm and you would have thought I won a million dollars. My mimosa bloomed and you would have thought I won another million. Simple things in nature give me great joy and peace. Most recently, in the last few months, owls have been in my backyard. I speak to them daily. I’m sure some of my blog followers and those on my facebook are quite tired of the owls. But I am in love with them and so when I can talk to them and post them, I do. Anyway just stopping your blog to say hello
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It is often the simple things that make the heart sing! I know a few people who have an affinity for “owl medicine”. Thank you for stopping for a visit.
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Here’s my entry for the week, Becca! Have a wonderful week ahead!
I’m so happy you shared this so I could connect with this great blog. I love new blog discoveries
Yes, I discovered this blog from Cee’s blog because participate many of her challenges!
Glad you stopped for a visit.
Overly manicured trees are not my favorites. Nevertheless, had to record these poodlish trees: https://judydykstrabrown.com/2017/06/04/poodle-trees-on-a-smoky-day-sunday-trees-june-4-2017/
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I past these trees every day https://wordpress.com/post/bobscotney.wordpress.com/68
It is a lovely path! 😀
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Here is my tree for this week.
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I saw plenty of trunks yesterday. Alas, they were all attached to elephants…
As WP doesn’t seem to work for me today, here’s a manual link to my tree post https://anglogermantranslations.com/2017/06/04/planten-un-blomen-sunday-trees/
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Dare I say it? Of course! This post stumped me for a minute!
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