Saturday, June 22, 2013

The DMS Wants to Know!


Monday's Riddle was rooted in magic, and Lizzy's review of The Real Boy by Anne Ursu took us into a magical land of spells and enchantments. Thursday on Top of the Heap, we enjoyed showing off a few of our favorite trees, and Friday, we were lucky enough to chat with Kim Harrington, author of the middle grade mystery Sleuth or Dare. Today, we want to hear from you!

The DMS wants to know: 
What is your favorite type of tree? How does it make you feel? 





15 comments:

  1. I think blogger just ate my comment (sorry if I accidentally post twice!). I'm partial to weeping willows and ginkos :) The first for fort-making memories, and the latter because they're old and amazing in the fall!

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    1. Hi Meradeth- Sorry! I hate when that happens. :) Great choices! Making forts with tress is such fun and I love to see all of the colors in the fall. :) ~L

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  2. Pine trees...they make me feel Christmassy!

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    1. Patty- Looking at them and smelling them reminds me of Christmas. :) ~L

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  3. I love all trees so its very difficult to make a choice. think if I had to single something out it wouldn't be a specific type of tree but any with a big leafy canopy and branches that invite a child to climb and disappear inside!

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    1. Sharon- Each type of tree is beautiful in its own way. I like tree climbing trees too. :) ~L

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  4. I love big trees with huge shadows and fruit trees which gives us fruit to eat. So basically all types of trees!

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    1. Nas- I love all types of trees too. Fruit trees are amazing! I also enjoy the shadows different trees make. :) ~L

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  5. I'm a tree fan, so there isn't one I don't admire and appreciate, but since I live in a forest that's mostly oak and redwoods I'll say these are very special for me.

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    1. Lee- Great choices! Trees are awesome. :) ~L

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  6. If there's a tree not to love, it's the one that blew over in the hurricane. If a tree has fruit, I love it. Cherries, peaches, and apricots the most. And the first and last we can't grow in Florida. Sigh. But we do have loquats. They don't last long enough to turn up in stores.

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  7. I do like pussy willows. We bought a miniature tree for our garden under which we put the ashes of our beloved cats.

    Monkey puzzle trees however scare me for some reason.

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    1. Petty- The miniature pussy willow tree sounds great (a perfect spot for your cat's ashes). I don't recall seeing a monkey puzzle tree. I will have to look them up! ~L

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  8. I like Weeping Willows a lot, but any tree near water and fresh grass is good for me. I think it's peaceful. :)

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    1. Erik- Trees bring me a sense of peace too. Weeping willows are so beautiful! :) ~L

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