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|i can tell ou thee is nothing quite like a fig right off gthe tree. as a young boy my grand fathe had huge fig trees in the back yard. they were so big (to us little tots) that by brothe and i used to cimb them to get at the figs. when you bit into one the juice would run down your mouth.
i'll haveto ask deb to take care of the tree when i go into the hospital for my knee surgery on thursday.
Beautiful Souls like Frank leave lasting memories in the hearts of those he touched .