I Am A Tree

It was bound to happen. You raise a child up with a set of worldview talking/thinking points and she will eventually examine them, extend them, reject them, transition and transform them, and of course write about them. Not to mention blogging her own lived experience in her own way.

Meet my apple:



7 thoughts on “I Am A Tree

  1. A classroom would be different, because you don’t choose your neighbors, but at the public library I call it, “You picked the wrong crowd to hang with. If you weren’t doing the wrong thing, you should have moved away from the ones who were.” I am so ready for school to be out. We called the cops on kids Thurs and Friday. If it makes your little apple feel better, I got detention for getting my hair stuck in a sewing machine. It was an accident!

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