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November 7, 2012 12:00 AM

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In September, a beloved mimosa tree split down the center and almost caused costly damage to my house. The trunk had begun to rot, and it was obvious the tree would have to be removed. It was not easy to write the $1,200 check to the tree-removal service, but I was glad we had the money on hand for this “emergency.” I was grateful we didn’t have to put it on a credit card.

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