Today’s blog post is a little different. We just want to share with you an article from The Sydney Morning Herald by Literary Editor, Susan Wyndham.

It is a beautiful and moving tribute to her mother, as well as the place she has a great affection for – Centennial Park.

Click on the article or link below to read the full article.

 

SMH Article - Susan Wyndham - 8 November 2012

Article from www.smh.com.au – click image or link below to read full article

 

Link to the full story: http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/society-and-culture/where-little-trees-have-grown-into-city-forest-20121107-28y9a.html

 

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