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So back in 2nd grade, an eon ago... they gave us all pine tree saplings. I planted mine and it did well, but something got to it. Not sure what, but it had to 'start over'. And it thrived. I went by today - I went around the whole neighborhood just for whatever.. and I took a pic of the tree. It looks dead. Not sure what the heck is up with it... And yeah, I don't live there anymore.. my parents moved a long time ago... but still... I gotta admit it's a bit upsetting. Not like - your best friend died from cancer upsetting... but still. lol

 

 

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There was a tree in the back that I (or my dad - can't recall tbh) built my first tree fort in. They cut that down, but it had been dead for a long time, so I can't really fault them for that. Still... lots of great memories. There are woods two houses down so my next fort was there... which was really cool. My sister ended up falling or jumping off it onto a rusty nail, so had to get a tetanus shot for that. Then another time I was running down the path towards that fort and tripped or whatever and ended up in the ER with a ton of stitches. 

 

Too funny.. well, not funny, but.... I went down one street where I was playing softball at in an empty field and got hit on the fore head. That hurt, and I actually think it was the first head bonk that provided lasting effects. (I've had several concussions over the years)

 

Memories...... :lol2

 

 

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