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Article: CityGreen: Re-greening a city after a deadly storm: Heart breaking and Heart warming

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duchessdreams
Reno, NV

December 8, 2008
5:17 PM

Post #5870910

So sad to see those trees broken like that. And at the same time it's when things seem worst that you find the best in people.
:)
Aunt_A


December 9, 2008
5:08 AM

Post #5873336

duchessdreams,

Thanks so much; I appreciate you reading and commenting. I like your title: "Heart breaking and heart warming". It is appropriate.

April
duchessdreams
Reno, NV

December 9, 2008
4:22 PM

Post #5874360

:)

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