10 Ways of Looking at a Tree

  1. An apartment building that rents for free
  2. A playground complete with monkey bars
  3. Life rooted in soil
  4. A tall man with hair that changes colour
  5. Time in physical form
  6. Innocence and experience intertwined
  7. An oxygen tank
  8. Inspiration for those it drops its fruit on
  9. Patience that weathers out storms
  10. Beauty for those who find it

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I lost track of time. Each day feels like a whirlwind and I’ve only just realised one is over before the next has begun. My writing here isn’t exactly in-demand but still, if anyone has noticed an absence, I apologise for the irregular posts.

I got tired of feeling guilty every time I thought about this blog, and the growing gap between the current date and the last time I posted. So I thought I’d get back on track with a little list I’d written a while ago. It’s quite simple and a little cheesy, but hey! It’s something.

Thanks for reading, and until next time!

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