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I love taking pictures of trees and all the different patterns the bark makes. This planet is truely amazing. Hope you have an amazing end to your week.
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Kelleyn, thank you for stopping by! I am starting a bucket list trip to Ireland. I just completed the 1st of 3 legs before I get there! Sunday Trees is scheduled to post each Sunday. ☘☘☘
Hi Becca, I found “Sunday Trees” through another blogger, Carol from Light Words. I would love to participate in Sunday Trees. Is there a weekly theme? Just wondering if there is more information. Thanks and look forward to participating 🙂
Terri, there is no theme, just the love of trees and their gifts. You are most welcome to join in.
Do folks post on Sundays? That is fine with me, I also participate in the WPC on Fridays. Looking forward to it 🙂
You can link to the current Sunday, or anytime. One is never “late” (in my opinion). I will be away the next 2 Sundays, but Sunday Trees are scheduled to post at midnight.
Who needs hairbrushes…lol Glad you avoided all that devastation! Praying for the unlucky people who didn’t!
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hair than me 🙂
Interesting texture on this scratching tree:) Keep safe – will be glad this storm in TX dissipates! Hope for the best for your area this week
We will be glad when Harvey moves out and becomes more of a gentleman. He has left so much devastation in his path! Have a great week!
Feel sorry for the people whose property was destroyed:(
Oh, Becca. Do I have a video for you! It involves a scratching tree, and… well, here you are!
How do you manage to keep a plethora of info on your fingertips? 🙃
Some things are flat memorable! Once you’ve seen that one, you never forget it. I don’t even know where I bumped into it, but it’s been in my youtube favorites ever since!
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Hope you are not in the path of Hurricane Harvey and that you and your family are well.
Aww, thank you, Renee. We’re at the tip top edge of red, and the outer bands are providing us some much needed rain. We will not experience the devastation the coastal areas as well as the Houston vicinity. It is slow moving, so there’s much more flooding expected. Thank you for thinking of me. ❤
I am glad you are alright. Such devastation not far from you must give pause for thought. I am not familiar with your State but glad to hear that all you are getting is much needed rain. Be well.
The state is very wide and long … it is over 800 miles wide. The coastal areas and southeastern area is Harvey’s territory. Heading towards my home state of Louisiana. I live here but do not call it “home”!
I hope all goes well in Louisiana. I have been watching the course of the storm and have seen it is headed that way. Take care.
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Someone seems to have been busy scratching an itch they couldn’t reach 😀
My contribution this week: https://livingwithmyancestors.wordpress.com/2017/08/27/sunday-trees-2/
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