Remember.

May 26, 2013 § 2 Comments

 

“When we die, we will turn into songs, and we will hear each other and remember each other.” – Bob Sheffield

 

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Harquahala Mnt

Harquahala Mnt

http://www.azboas.com/Habitat.html

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“I think that’s what we all want, in the end.
To know that we left footprints when we passed by, however briefly.
We want to be remembered.
So remember us.
Please.
Remember us.” – Mike A. Lancaster

 

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Near Harquahala Mountain

Near Harquahala Mountain

http://library.byways.org/assets/70209

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“Sharing tales of those we’ve lost is how we keep from really losing them.” – Mitch Albom

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Harquahala Mountain

Harquahala Mountain

http://www.summitpost.org/harquahala-mountain-seen-from/51064

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“In the morning light, I remembered how much I loved the sound of wind through the trees. I laid back and closed my eyes, and I was comforted by the sound of a million tiny leaves dancing on a summer morning.” – Patrick Carman

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§ 2 Responses to Remember.

  • Gosh, I love the sound of wind in trees!

  • southwestdesertlover says:

    Hi Chrissie – that has to be one of my most favorite sounds. And to me, different types of trees sound differently such as redwoods in northern California; oak trees here in Pennsylvania and different fir trees around the Colorado Plateau. I once had a CD with sounds of the ocean waves, so there must be one (or downloadable version) of the wind through trees. Great to “see” you!

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