Do you have a favorite kind of tree?
Many. I love the red of the Japanese Maple, the pink of the Pink Dogwood, the raspberry of a Crape Myrtle, and the white bark of a Sycamore along the river. I love the strength of the Oak the deliciousness from the Maple, and of course the symmetry of the Poplars and fruit tress in an orchard. I love the delicateness of the mimosa, the fringe trees, and the willow, and the rough textures of the bark on a cedar. I love the steadfastness and the scent of the pine and I welcome the fragrance of the lilacs in spring. I’m not sure how to pick a favorite.
What bridges are you happy you burned?
I don’t think I have burned many bridges. I probably should have, though.
Would you sacrifice yourself (die) for a stranger?
Probably not. I am truly not that brave.
How have your priorities changed since the C-19 virus took over?
I try to make sure I call my closest friends once a week, send messages to others, just to keep in contact and let them know I miss them and am thinking of them.
What brought gratitude, a smile or laughter to your life this week?
From last week…a card from a friend..she’s a facebook friend but that didn’t stop her from sending a card in the mail…in these trying isolating times..it means so much. A postcard from a Friday Fictioneer friend. I have been truly wallowing since this stay home order was issued and even though I asked for this it was still a nice surprise that she went through with it. Thanks Lish. And a gift from my daughter-in-law. It came the day after Mother’s Day but was no less appreciated.