Belinda French at home, in Georgetown, Ky., on Tuesday Jan. 11, 2011.  French wrote an essay for the Herald-Leader's Faith and Values section about her love of family and God and her family farm in Tennessee. The cedar tree in her front yard outside the window, is named Broadview Cedar, after her farm in Tennessee where it was pulled from a rocky patch of land when it was about 2 feet high. Photo by Pablo Alcal‡
Belinda French at home, in Georgetown, Ky., on Tuesday Jan. 11, 2011. French wrote an essay for the Herald-Leader's Faith and Values section about her love of family and God and her family farm in Tennessee. The cedar tree in her front yard outside the window, is named Broadview Cedar, after her farm in Tennessee where it was pulled from a rocky patch of land when it was about 2 feet high. Photo by Pablo Alcal‡
Belinda French at home, in Georgetown, Ky., on Tuesday Jan. 11, 2011. French wrote an essay for the Herald-Leader's Faith and Values section about her love of family and God and her family farm in Tennessee. The cedar tree in her front yard outside the window, is named Broadview Cedar, after her farm in Tennessee where it was pulled from a rocky patch of land when it was about 2 feet high. Photo by Pablo Alcal‡

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