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    Jacqui Robbins

    Oh, that is fascinating.

    I knew someone once who drew a picture of a tree outside her house, the same tree, every day for a whole year.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Jacqui
    (SproutQ from BBs)

    Kim Kasch

    My Dad used to read the obits every day and one day I asked him "why?" He said, "every day I'm not in there - it's a good day!"

    My Dad's words of wisdom.

    Barbara Johansen Newman

    Jaqui and Kim, thanks so much for stopping by!

    Oh, I would love to see the pictures of that tree. Trees fascinate me in general. Maybe I should try that.

    And the obits story--funny, and true. I guess that IS part of why I also read them--to remind me that life can be fleeting, and that I should use my time wisely.

    Paula Pertile

    Barb, thanks so much for posting this site. I just spent a good while there ~ fascinating! (I might blog it too, hope you don't mind me copying you.)

    And the obits! I read 'em too. Like you say, its sad to see people you knew in school. I've read a couple of my old teachers' as well, which was sad.

    It all makes you stop and think a bit.

    Liz

    That was a very cool site...I might need the book, too! I am also an obit reader. Yeah, I really read them. Not because I'm looking for people I know, but just to see how other people lived. Everyone has a story.

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