Trees of Transition

Planting seeds of hope throughout our world through sharing photography and thoughts on teaching, cooking, and life transitions.


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Need Notecards? Cheerful Cards for Sale

Need some spring notecards? I have small and large cards at my online shop!Snapping the photos for all these cards made me so happy, and my joy increases as I get to share these cards!

— Use this link to shop at my Etsy photo card/notecard/art shop: Trees of Transition Art & Design

Thank you for stopping by, and peace to you and your family!

~Mary Hope

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Celebrating 40 Years of Marriage

On January 14th my parents celebrated 40 years of marriage! My Dad didn’t talk much, but he knew who we were, and he ate a chocolate eclair to celebrate and shared it with Mom. Then he fell asleep.

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Cousin Love

My four-year-old nephew, Jack said, “Can I see him!?” as he scooted his way over toward me, and I had to shove our baby’s presents out of the way and have him climb up next to me.

At first he had noticed the baby’s feet sticking out from under the nursing cover where I was feeding the baby. He asked, “Did you have the baby before you came here today?” I responded, “No, it was about five weeks ago.”

Jack was looking at those whale stockinged feet, and then he asked me to pull off the cover so he can see Joel. So I pulled the cover off and then he asked, “Can I hold him?” I answered, “Sure!” And I handed the baby over to Jack to hold. Joel had been fussy, but then when Jack started holding him, Joel snuggled into his arms and went back to sleep!

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My First Friday Introduction of 2018 /// A New Mother Report

Thank you for stopping by! Here’s a bit about me for those of you who have just followed me recently (and a new mother update for those of you who know me already.)

Here’s three important things about me:

1. I enjoy writing. I have been scribbling words since I was two years old and now I get to write while nursing my baby boy, and a little bit when he is napping.

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