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16 July 2020

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Corey, you also saw some blackberries struggling to survive in Paris, in your walk along the railroad tracks a few days ago. I always think of blackberry bushes as being very strong survivors. Maybe that's part of the message?

Good comment above. The blackberries as a sign of survival and the link to family on both sides of the Atlantic.

Also symbolic because they’re black.
Seems right for these times.
We all know how strong and beautiful and resilient and abundant black living things are.

Much love and yes symbolic in many ways.

Big hugs and much love to you all
Love Jeanne

So glad you grace my life!

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