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July 19, 2010

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pamela

Beautiful Julie and what memories!
Pamela

Old Grizz

loved your take on the Sequoias...I took my kids there 35 years ago and was lost in the grandeur and the magic of the trees. When I saw the highway through god I ducked my head to hide a tear. Then I found a place of solitude and knelt with my eyes to the sky and ask God to forgive us for what we did to his tree.

Lisa

this was wonderful.

Marsha

you're their memory source...nice

Nara Malone

It's a majestic experience isn't it. I can relate to your connection to the tree and your dad's on the lake. I like starting my day, in the boat, on the water, a bit of solitude before the world catches up to me.

Megan

What a great experience! Thanks for your kind comment on my blog.

Dee

such a peaceful reflective feeling to this. Sounds like you had a magnificent experience!

Morgine

Have been there with my own children probably 3 decades ago or so. Still can feel the trees in my heart, their loving arms reaching through the ethers to let me know their love never dies and surrounds me still. Thank you for sharing and daring to take time off from your writing to be with your precious children, who grow up all too soon :)!

Loving You, Morgine

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