Aw, darn it. I really understand your nostalgia about a tree. My husband wants to take down the shed and an OLD apple tree that doesn't even make fruit anymore. I, however, am more concerned with the large maple an a very obvious crack ... which he seems oblivious too. Um, well, I guess that they are all staying put for now. So, I shall grieve for your tree instead. xoxo
Aw. It's like watching an old friend fade away. I know what you mean.
When are you planting a new one? We Forrests can come to the dedication; as you can imagine, we love trees.
I hate losing a good tree......
Tell your Dad to get off the roof ;)I think you will enjoy the sunshine and the knowledge that it won't be crashing on your house during the next storm.-Stu
It's done. *sigh* But we were catching large branches with each new gust...what a mess.We still have 9 trees; now we can plant a garden.
I hate to see trees go, too. But, I loved your words ..."The sky will look scarred ". That describes it so perfectly!
Oh, that is a really, really hard one.
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