#ThursdayTreeLove – 9

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  1. Obsessivemom says:

    I’ve ben away too long from here Parul. Good to be welcomed back by an old green tree :-). I loved that quote you shared. A treehouse is such a dream of mine. I looked up some tree-house resorts too but was discouraged when everyone shot down my idea saying they’re uncomfortable to spend nights in. And yet one day I am going to try it.
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  2. This reminds me of Pear & Peach trees in our yard back in Shillong. Every time I think of home, I think of those trees too, witness to my childhood and so much more.

  3. A cute little story played in my head as I read your words. This tree, surely, has seen it all!
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  4. The tree is truly an inspiration that it has survived all odds..It reminds me of the school days where we used to eat our tiffin under a big tree and had loads of memories associated with it

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  5. Rajlakshmi says:

    I am so glad that the tree survived the time and has been protected and not cut down. When I go home, I could hardly find the trees that had held so many of my childhood memories
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  6. Rajlakshmi says:

    I am so glad that the tree survived the time and has been protected and not cut down. When I go home, I could hardly find the trees that had held so many of my childhood memories.

  7. Debbie D. says:

    Nice idea for a blogfest, Parul. Imagine the stories that tree would tell if only it could! ๐Ÿ™‚ It looks positively majestic.
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  8. Modern Gypsy says:

    So many memories attached to this tree! I wonder, if it could talk, what stories would it tell?
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  9. This is a tree full of memories and thoughts; of relationships and people and of standing tall to give shade and joy in every storm and weather! Loved it Parul – reminded me of the many trees under which I had my tiffin in school on days when I had no friend to be with!!
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  10. Soumya says:

    And I want us to climb up a tree one day with beers (okay okay gin and tonic for you) and have a long chat.

    Wouldn’t that be awesome?

    Love the history behind this one though.
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  11. Shilpa Gupte says:

    Awww, what a beautiful life the tree has had, witnessing so much happiness in that school compound! Loved the words, Parul!

  12. G Angela says:

    Reminded me of the school days; wherein we sat under the mango tree, eating raw mangoes with salt and chilli ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. arv says:

    In the past, trees were closely associated with the schools. There was always a peepul or banyan tree in and around government schools. Things have changed now!

  14. That is a tree with history, Parul. Loved the pic and the little note
    I wait for #ThursdayTreeLove, Parul!

    Here is my post for today
    http://sirimiri.in/2017/05/18/thursdaytreelove-week-3/

  15. Alana says:

    A tree loved by generations of students – what more could a tree (or any of us) want.

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