The Scent of CHERRY BLOSSOMS BY CINDY WOODSMALL

"He worked long, hard hours during those years and bought all the land we can see. Whenever one of the trees dies, he plants another. They loved each other dearly, and this orchard will be a glorious testimony to that in a few weeks."

 The Scent of CHERRY BLOSSOMS by CINDY WOODSMALL

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