It means your money tree is getting ready for new growth.
Oh Little Edna Oakley, thank you for the positive energy! ; )
Bummer. Means you're just like the rest of us, driving around in banged up older model cars and avoiding shopping.
I hope it doesn't mean aphids! ;)
Hate to get all sappy (ha!) and melodramatic but here is what I think:Seasons change. Leaves fall but always with the anticipation of the emerging spring. It helps us learn to cherish the splendor when the branches are full again. Ick. Who said that? Not it. Dogwood – just in case the next question is what is your favorite tree.
Lisa D is clearly a pro at the Questions game.Nice call on the tree question! Mine's the tree my treehouse was in behind the house on Tanglewood Lane (when I was 8).
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