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April 21, 2007


Paris Parfait

Roots can have so many meanings and various importance at different times of our lives. Your post depicts these differences wonderfully.

Regina Clare Jane

I was wondering if someone would mention the Ents!
What a truly beautiful post. The pictures, your words, the ending... so true.

Crafty Green Poet

A really interesting post and the trees in the photos are almost unbelievable....


Love those pics of those awesome roots! I like what you have to say about the Ents. I don't have a strong sense of family roots but can relate to what you say about being rooted in our Creator!


What beautiful pictures! And I like the idea of being like a tree who can plant itself anywhere, and still stand tall and serene. Thank you for that.


Amazing photos! You certainly have great roots and inspire me in every post. I can't live like you have but I can be brave and try new things. Experience life more.

Excellent! XXOO


Lovely post and pictures.


Thank you all for your wonderful comments. This new place of work has been very difficult, and I spent the morning with a woman who lives in a cave, crawling around like an animal. Extremely difficult, so I gratefully accept your complements and encouragement. Thank you for your support and encouragement.


What amazing photos - and thought-provoking post, Bonnie! Hope you find that fellow Ent (I love that imagery of the Ents).
Happy Earth Day!


What amazing pictures! These trees are so fascinating and your family stories are rich with roots. How wonderful to know just where you come from and what you need to grow.

Brother Galen

Excellent post B! Enjoyed learning more about your roots.

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