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Old 02-16-2013, 08:33 AM   #16
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neighbors house & the smaller one right next to the fence is his shed.
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The tree is no longer a problem.
I felt a sorrow in my heart considering how grand this tree was & was part of why I bought the house, yet now I'm much better off & in time will enjoy walking around barefoot with out fear.
To be honest I've had to pull thorns out of my foot from the outside of my shoes!
Ever the tree trimmer guy said in 25 years of doing this work he has never seen one of these before.

Hurray !

Don't be sad for the tree. He is happier in a better place. And in time, you will love again. And it will be a stronger love because you will have learned from your past experiences.
True love and happiness comes only when you bring out the best in each other. This love didn't care about wounding you.
I say good riddance
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Hurray !

Don't be sad for the tree. He is happier in a better place. And in time, you will love again. And it will be a stronger love because you will have learned from your past experiences.
True love and happiness comes only when you bring out the best in each other. This love didn't care about wounding you.
I say good riddance
Actually we burned some of that tree this weekend out in the desert :D & I have LOTS more for our fire place & actually I plan to made some patio furniture with this.
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