Judy H-J's Thoughts - A Twinless Twin. Jamaican Freelance writer on a healing journey after facing loss. Here I share memories, hobbies, interests, pictures and much more.
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I like that. Just saw another small one on another blog today. Didn't know it would look that nice when it was mature.Cher Sunray Gardens
Thanks Cher! My brother also planted another one and it is so small yet there are blossoms on it now. Take care.
Hi Judy! I'm so happy to see this post and see you're back! :)I've been checking to see how you are doing...glad that your computer is back up and running!Yay for new cameras! I got a new one a couple weeks ago and love it!Your photo and tree and beautiful...and what a great way to remember your brother!I hope you've been well and the last days of February are treating you great!!Thinking of you always!!Have a wonderful night!!XoxoxoMaria
Thank you very much Maria! Your comments always help to brighten my day. I really missed linking with you. Take care and I also wish you a wonderful night.
It's a way of visiting your brother I would think. I like it.Have a terrific day. :)
Love your comment Sandee! I see it as my brother telling me that all is well where he is and I am not to worry.
I agree with Sandee.:) It's nice that your brother had left something that would be around for a long time.:) My family lives in a small apartment. We don't have a place to plant anything. Having a tree planted by a loved one would really be nice.:)
Wonderful picture with wonderful memories to go with it.
How precious... I can imagine you spending many beautiful days there under its shade. Ai @ Sakura Haruka
Aww Judy, this was very touching... *hug*
Just stopping by to say hello I am a new follower from the blog hop. Hope you can visit my new blog sometime. http://www.yanlihome.blogspot.com
Thanks Irene! Take care and have a great Wednesday.
Thank you very much Ai! Have a great day.
Thanks a lot MissMoe! Have a good day.
Thanks cheerfulnuts! I am really glad to see all these blossoms on the tree and to know that it was planted by my brother Sutcliffe. Have a good Wednesday.
Thanks Delicia! I will follow back.
Oh how I would love a mango tree in my yard!
Hi Carrie, I hope someday you will get the chance to have one!:) Take care and all the best to you. Judy
Great shot Judy thanks for linking up :)
Thanks Clairejustine! It is good to be able to link up again.
Glad you're computer issues are solved and you're back online! :-)The tree is beautiful. What a lovely reminder of your brother!
i love mangos! thanks for sharing it´s blossoms with us :)
Thanks Lisa! A wonderful reminder of Sutcliffe. It reassures me that he is blossoming where he is now. Take care.
Thanks Tina! I was happy to be able to link up again. Take care.
Sutcliffe's Tree...you should put a memorial plaque here to ensure your brother's memory forever. Thanks for visiting my blog too and for following :)Maritel (merlmd)
Thanks Kelly! I love your suggestion! Take care and have a good day.
I absolutely love mangoes! Such a sweet reminder of your brother :) Glad you can be back online. HOpe you're doing well!
Hi Candice! So good to be in touch with you again. I am fighting on. Take care and all the best to you, G and J! Judy
My first time by and following now, I came from Katherine's Corner to give you a wink. I'm enjoying your blog and wont stop, I will now continue to do the hop!! Now that we met come follow me, on my..... GFC....I would love for you to stop by, enter for a chance to win In The Annual Fashionista Event, the biggest of the year, there are over $12,000 in prizes!! Oh! My Heartsie@Oh! My HeartsieKarren
Thank you very much Karren! I will definitely follow back.
Beautiful picture Judy! I love mangoes! I used to have mango trees in my backyard, I miss that!
Thanks The Belly Dancer! I am always happy to hear from you. Take care.
a beautiful reminder, that lives on and blossoms and bears delicious fruit xo
So true Katherine! Have a great weekend.
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