You Don’t Need Good Fences to Make Good Neighbors

When the first giant tree from a neighbor’s yard fell into our fence and demolished a lot of it, I didn’t post about it. There had been a horrific tornado in another part of the U.S. that took so much property and killed so many. People were hurting and grieving and to post about our event seemed more than a little tone deaf.

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Internationally & New York Times bestselling author. Writing tips. Almost daily animal thoughts. Podcasts. Poems. www.carriejonesbooks.blog

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Internationally & New York Times bestselling author. Writing tips. Almost daily animal thoughts. Podcasts. Poems. www.carriejonesbooks.blog

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