My Life In Trees 🌲🌳

So, the other day, over at   Share Your World, one of the questions asked was “if you were a tree, which would you choose? I chose Willow….after a few comments, I decided to look for my birth tree and my Celtic tree. I’m following Chris’s lead over at Chris’s Journaling Journey and sharing some info on ‘my trees’.

Find Your Birthday Tree

My Birth Tree is The Pine Tree (Feb 19-28 Aug 24-Sept02)

Pine tree signifies vivacity, inventiveness and life. You are passionate, but are very susceptible to distractions. This makes you not bale to finish things at times. You are always trying to improve your life and can come up with many ways to keep you and others interested. You like sharing whatever you have with others and get along fabulously with like-minded people.  

Pine trees and a pine tree forest, oh the lovely scent! I do believe this ‘fits’ me. 🌲

Find Your Celtic Tree

My Celtic Tree is The Ash Tree

Celtic Tree Astrology: The Ash Ash – The Enchanter
February 18 – March 17

Those born under the Celtic tree astrology sign of the Ash are free thinkers. Imaginative, intuitive, and naturally artistic, you see the world in water-color purity. You have a tendency to moody and withdrawn at times, but that’s only because your inner landscape is in constant motion. You are in touch with your muse, and you are easily inspired by nature. Likewise, you inspire all that you associate with and people seek you out for your enchanting personality. Art, writing (especially poetry), science, and theology (spiritual matters) are areas that strongly interest you. Others may think you are reclusive, but in all honesty, you are simply immersed in your own world of fantastic vision and design. You are in a constant state of self-renewal and you rarely place a value on what others think about you. Ash signs partner well with Willow and Reed signs.

This Is Totally Me. Spot On. That. Is. All.


Have fun and check out ‘Your’ trees and see how close they match you. And if your into books, this is a good one….The Healing Power Of Trees