Tuesday, December 3, 2019

"I AM....





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  1. We need LOTS of people to speak for the trees. Loudly. Dr Suess was a very wise man.

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    1. We certainly do, thank you EC :) and yes he was.

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  2. I remember reading that to my class. All politicians should have a copy.

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    1. Tão feliz! Obrigado e um bom fim de semana e um abraço para você também.

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  4. Love this!

    I wrote a story once in which there was a language called Tree.

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    1. That sounds like a great story Sandi, and I hope you share that with us one day :)

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  5. And I agree that Dr Seuss was a wise man.

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  6. A good reminder we need more "I am's". This Dr Suess creation shows it's been long since people sounded the alarm on the environment in one way or another. Yet it seems it's not just trees but many people who have lost their tongues on the matter.

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    1. We do indeed and the alarm was sounded years ago. Thank you Penelope.

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    1. Hi Christine, he knew even back then didn't he?

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  8. speak on, I love trees and we NEED our trees.

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  9. Love the quote. The trees deserve all the help they can get.
    Amalia
    xo

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  10. Hello, we certainly need the trees. Dr. Suess was a wise man. Great quote. Have a happy day and a good week ahead!

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    1. Hi Eileen he was a very wise man and thank you. You have a great weekend :)

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  11. I often talk to the trees in our garden, I am sure they understand :-) Cheers Diane

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    1. As I mentioned in one of my posts, we are all connected. Maybe one day we will speak tree :) Cheers to you too, thanks Diane :)

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  12. AMEN! Praying every day, voting every election, speaking up every opportunity!

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    1. Hi Cloudia, me too and I agree wholeheartedly! :)

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  13. Trees are the cathedrals of the earth. They should be loved and planted often.

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    1. Gosh, what a lovely way of putting it Martha Ellen, so eloquent! Thank you :)

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