The other day I was walking to the Family Dollar down the street and happened to notice this beautiful tree living near an abandoned house across the street from our local Elementary School. I got to thinking about how nice it would be if that property could be annexed to the school for learning about plants and nature; like a nature learning center or something. There is a large field next to it I imagined being turned into a community garden and it could also be part of the learning center. I imagined children learning how to grow their own food and appreciating nature like I do.
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https://www.ridingthebeast.com/ – site I use to look at words and phrases. It helps me learn in a different way.
“horse apple tree” in the English Ordinal system equals 163
(empath – 63)
“hedge apples” in the English Ordinal system equals 98
(together – 98)
“Osage-Orange tree” in the English Ordinal system equals 155
(shared – 55)