On a different note, part of this palo verde tree in my yard blew over the other day. Not cool. So, then I called this one friend of mine - who also happens to be my home teacher, and one of the best I've ever had - and he found a saw. He came over without even changing out of his work clothes, which are not wood-chopping appropriate, and then he proceeded to saw through the part that was still connected, which was not the funnest thing, I'm sure, because the saw was not electric. Not only that, but are you familiar with palo verde trees? They're not very nice. They have evil spikes sticking out, just waiting to inflict pain on whoever gets too close. Friend says a few of those spikes are becoming a part of his body because he hasn't been able to remove them. I did surgery on my finger to remove the one that got me. Anyways, our neighbors no longer have the tree branch on their property, which is good. I found out from my landlord that she did not plant the tree; it just grew there. I wonder if she's set on the tree staying . . .