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August 27, 2008

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Jeff

I'm a sentimental tree lover, too. Growing up in rural N.B., I had a slew of favourite trees - for climbing, for hiding behind, and for hanging out below. I grow very attached to my plants as well. Just last year I was very sad to lose a palm plant that I had had since about Grade 7, making it 30 some years old.

And like you, I also have favourite mugs. I usually pick one up during our travels and reminisce about the cities in which I made the purchase whenever I use them. And it's funny as I was thinking of doing a post about them as well(and probably still will). My very favourite one, purchased in Harrods's in Kinghtsbridge in 2000, has had a crack around its base for several years now. Thankfully, it remains intact. I hope your does, too!

Tori

Now I'm sweating bullets that the new baby fig's ok. A few yellowed leaves on one side. Ugh.

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