Autumn Commandment

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I know about the ox and the wife, but what’s the protocol on coveting my neighbor’s tree?

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6 Responses to Autumn Commandment

  1. You’ve got the best part of the tree: the visual beauty each time you pass it. They, on the other hand, have that, followed by the cleanup of it’s discarded foliage. Lemons to lemonade?

  2. woodstalker says:

    You have the best aspect of that tree: the visual beauty each time you pass. They, on the other hand, have that, along with the cleanup of it’s discarded leaves…lemons to lemonade? Perhaps. But you own the sight, just not the physical entity!

  3. woodstalker says:

    Sorry, I meant “its”.

  4. Mitch Kramer says:

    Hmm…Sorry, I’m stumped.

  5. mbkramer510 says:

    Hmm….Sorry, I’m stumped.

  6. Jane Lindholm says:

    I have a tree just like that outside my window. It makes waking up at Thornton Hall much more exciting! I think of you all so often but must wait a while to see you and my great-grand niece or nephew. I am determined to “hang in there ” a while longer so I can greet him/her in person Sorry I can’t be in Africa but I wasn”t invited. What an adventure and how brave they are. Intrepid but so were you but at least I saw 15 European countries and have journals to prove it.What a good long lifffffffe I have had! Love, Oldest Jane better known as Grandma .

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