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When I went into my yard, i took a peek at my CV tree. It was all chocolate-y and delicios. Yum! I thought. Until I realized my tree isn't choslate! It appears that the CV trees have changed all to the first selection. I'm not quite sure how to fix this, but I'm going to try
I'm definatly sure i didn't pick the chocolate one. I see the tree everday and each time i regret choosing the cotton candy when i liked the gumballs better. But it seemd that logging in and out does fix it.
I just checked my cotton candy tree and it's still there in it's normal cotton candy state. I know what you mean about making a choice and regretting it. I don't like the cotton candy and wish I had gone with the m & m's looking one. But I never would have gone for the chocolate one and I'm sure you are remembering correctly. Did you ever have to occasion to take a screen shot with this tree? It's an unusual glitch.
I think that perhaps you just don't remember what you chose and you chose the chocolate tree. It may be a glitch with the trees, sometimes they have glitches. Just wait for a day or so and it may just come back to normal. Or, log out and back in! Good luck, but I think the chocolate tree looks good
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