Beverley

Best I don’t start here on my love of trees.! I am ever so grateful to have lived five years in Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens, where, on a summer’s night my family slept out under a big oak tree – spreading her beauty for us to soak in.
Yes, I love trees and regularly hug one. What would this earth look like without the green of trees – in all their hues? Their strength and courage to just be what they are. How they nourish us with oxygen each day!
I am ever so grate...

Best I don’t start here on my love of trees.! I am ever so grateful to have lived five years in Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens, where, on a summer’s night my family slept out under a big oak tree – spreading her beauty for us to soak in.
Yes, I love trees and regularly hug one. What would this earth look like without the green of trees – in all their hues? Their strength and courage to just be what they are. How they nourish us with oxygen each day!
I am ever so grateful to have lived five years in Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens, where, on a summer’s night my family slept out under a big oak tree – spreading her beauty for us to soak in.
Yes, I love trees and regularly hug one. What would this earth look like without the green of trees – in all their hues? Their strength and courage to just be what they are. How they nourish us with oxygen each day. On a very hot day near 40, I shared my love of trees with my grandson and his wife. It was unbelievably cool, again in these gardens in Melbourne, walking under their graceful branches, giving us the cool we so yearned.
How they hold firm with their strong roots in the ground to all the wind, sun and gales they will experience in their life!
Maybe they are a mirror for us to consider our strength when we have strong roots which nourish us like a tree does?
Blessings to all the trees which inhabit this beautiful earth.
Gratitude for ever. I love you – trees. Amen

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