Rekindling Wonder “The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder.” Ralph W. Sockman
When I was a boy, the world of my back yard was a wondrous place. The swing set enabled my sister and me to fly through the air or glide through the water as mythical creatures. The stack of lumber in the empty lot next door became a tank that we drove into battle against the German invaders. The dirt patch near the hose bib served as our gourmet kitchen where we made “meatballs and parmesan” (mud and dry sand). The entire perimeter yard provided the venue for hunts with clues leading to various buried treasures.
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