Yesterday Sue commented on the new tulip tree being planted in front of my house. She told how her father had the city plant trees up and down her street, thirty five years ago, and how they were a memorial to him. He was featured on the blog for a Veteran’s Day post- Martin H. Cooper.
Today I was driving by her street on my way home from the Waterfront. Took two cell shots of his trees. Thanks Sue for your good words on the blog.
Ruth E – you are the greatest. Next time stop in and say hi. I miss you.
Sorry I didn’t drop in. I should have gotten out of the car but I was so tired from school. Wanted to surprise you on the blog cause you are such a loyal follower and commenter.
Yes I believe a tree should be planted for every for every one that is cut down. Should be a law. Thanks to Sue’ s dad!
You are exactly right
City trees, faithful friends making oxygen for us. Great shots about how simple things matter in life.
Thanks for stopping by and writing such encouraging comments always:-)
Such a great legacy and what a way to be remembered.
My thoughts exactly.