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“..she doesn’t excite or inspire me at all. I like her but miss the artist in her--If she would let loose and really be herself--minus affectation--I believe Id like it better--I believe an artist is the last person in the world who can afford to be affected.” --Georgia O’Keeffe to Anita Pollitzer from Charlottesville, August 25, 1915

“..she doesn’t excite or inspire me at all. I like her but miss the artist in her--If she would let loose and really be herself--minus affectation--I believe Id like it better--I believe an artist is the last person in the world who can afford to be affected.” --Georgia O’Keeffe to Anita Pollitzer from Charlottesville, August 25, 1915

Celebrate Christmas with a Jesse's Tree Party! by Raising Clovers We love celebrating Christmas with a Jesse's Tree devotion. Last year my friends and I got together and made our own fun ornaments and had ourselves a little Jesse's Tree Ornament Exchange Party! It was so fun to see what ornaments everyone came up with for the day they were assigned. I even created a FREE PRINTABLE for a simple Jesse’s Tree family devotion.

Celebrate Christmas with a Jesse's Tree Party! by Raising Clovers We love celebrating Christmas with a Jesse's Tree devotion. Last year my friends and I got together and made our own fun ornaments and had ourselves a little Jesse's Tree Ornament Exchange Party! It was so fun to see what ornaments everyone came up with for the day they were assigned. I even created a FREE PRINTABLE for a simple Jesse’s Tree family devotion.

The Senator, located in Florida, is the largest bald cypress tree in the United States, and it is widely considered the oldest of its species known to exist. It is likely the largest U.S. tree of any species east of the Mississippi River. Estimated to be around 3,500 years old, the Senator was used as a landmark for the Seminole indians and other native tribes.

The Senator, located in Florida, is the largest bald cypress tree in the United States, and it is widely considered the oldest of its species known to exist. It is likely the largest U.S. tree of any species east of the Mississippi River. Estimated to be around 3,500 years old, the Senator was used as a landmark for the Seminole indians and other native tribes.

French photographer Cedric Pollet travels the world to capture beauty in, "Bark: An Intimate Look at the World’s Trees."

French photographer Cedric Pollet travels the world to capture beauty in, "Bark: An Intimate Look at the World’s Trees."