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This was the year to lose trees. This giant one lived in our backyard until a bad wind storm in July. All summer the tree laid like a fallen giant, forgotten by the tree man who was paid in full before the job was finished. This past weekend my friends (proof that I am blessed to know some of the best people ever) split the wood and my boys stacked the wood, all of which is incredibly impressive (this is so much wood and the amount of back breaking honest hard body work is unquantifiable) but I’m amazed and obsessed with the wooden hallways my children built.

This was the year to lose trees. This giant one lived in our backyard until a bad wind storm in July. All summer the tree laid like a fallen giant, forgotten by the tree man who was paid in full before the job was finished. This past weekend my friends (proof that I am blessed to know some of the best people ever) split the wood and my boys stacked the wood, all of which is incredibly impressive (this is so much wood and the amount of back breaking honest hard body work is unquantifiable) but I’m amazed and obsessed with the wooden hallways my children built.

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