Stop and... photograph the trees - Song of My Heart Stampers

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11/07/2013

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I love your use of words!

Wow. That was incredible. Thank you.

Lyssa....What a beautiful essay! You should submit this for publishing. Your command of English is astounding!

Goodness, Lyssa. Perhaps you should write a book. That was beautiful.

Wow, that was amazing. I have always loved cemeteries because of the history. I live in the desert, so I don't get to see the trees change, thanks for the reminder.

The picture is beautiful by itself, but in conjunction with the blog post, it's a masterpiece. :D This sharing of your heart and is what endeared me you as a blog reader. Thanks for sharing yourself so fully with us.

What a great way to look at the leaves:)

Beautifully written. Thank you for sharing.

Wow! What a stunningly beautiful article you have authored! I don't have the words to express how the talents God has given you have blessed me except to say Thank you for posting this!

Beautiful!

Beautiful picture and narrative. I too have always loved cemeteries. As teenagers we would wander through the cities oldest cemeteries. I find them a peaceful place to be.

I, too, love a cemetery. Lyssa, you have a full blown talent for writing. Hope you pursue it one day in the future! Beautiful post:)

Lyssa - I'm sorry I never take time to comment on your blog. Today the beauty of the trees, the graveyard, and your story moved me to tears. Thank you.
Laura Smith

Get thee to a publisher!!! Seriously, girl - you have MORE than a way with words . . . loved this post!! I think you should submit the photo and essay to Today's Christian Woman (is that still in print??) or Country Woman magazine!!!!

Beautiful picture, beautiful words.

My goodness, that was beautifully written. You should absolutely publish this somewhere. I totally agree with Laura Smith above, this would be perfect in Country Woman magazine.

The picture reminds me of the little graveyard in southern Indiana that we always drove by to get to my Aunt's house. I loved walking through there and exploring the headstones.

I too, live in the desert, so don't have the chance to enjoy the changing colors without taking a couple of hours' drive. Thank you for sharing your fall beauty with us.

Beautiful photo, gorgeously evocative writing. Thank you so much x

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For legal reasons I must state that the use of and contents of my personal stamping inspiration blog, classes, events and services are the sole responsibility of Lyssa Griffin Zwolanek, Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. Song of My Heart© is not endorsed or sponsored by any company or entity, including Stampin' Up! When you visit Song of My Heart's blog no information is collected for any reason unless you voluntarily fill in the subscription form for our weekly email which will contain marketing information for crafting supplies. You may unsubscribe from that newsletter at any time and it will immediately go into effect. Questions? Contact us directly at Lyssa@songofmyheartstampers. com