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Talking History of Arbor Day

History of Arbor Day
Arbor Day 2024 - History & Facts | HISTORY

Plant a tree, if you still can, and 'move' to the favorable side of the CO2 balance. These carbon eaters can consume more than you have produced . . . overall, ten trees should easily cover a human's whole life production of CO2 and therefore help yourself become more important than the typical human and put an extra chill on global warming!

Patients have been known to feel as though they are a burden because they are losing their self-sufficiency . . . so get your burden in balance!?

I hope you have a happy day today.
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