150-Year-Old Pecan Tree in Bartonville Covered in 65,000 LED lights

Barbara Nunn Lee's 150-year-old pecan tree in Bartonville is now a breathtaking sight adorned with 65,000 LED lights. It's her heartfelt tribute to her late father's battle with prostate cancer.

When I learned about this on CBS This Morning, it struck a chord. In a world shadowed by darkness, Barbara wanted to remind us that there's still light. "We've had so much darkness," she said, "that I wanted the kids to see light."

This display isn't just about the tree—it's a symbol of hope amidst adversity. Families flock to witness this radiant reminder that even in tough times, there's a glimmer of hope waiting to be seen.

As I stood among those 65,000 lights, I felt a warmth—a reassurance that even in our darkest moments, there's still brightness to be found.

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