“what is a scientist after all?

it is a curious man looking through a keyhole,

the keyhole of nature,

trying to know what’s going on.” 

-jacques cousteau 

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  1. So cool Beth that you take them out into nature – I always loved field trips when I was in school. They are such naturally curious scientists at that age.

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  2. Beth,


    I just wanted to thank you SOOOO much for taking the time to read the blog post I made that Erika Kind reblogged titled “Please Help Our Momma” ( about the on-going struggles that my family is facing after my mom was diagnosed with stage three colon cancer. It’s been an uphill battle but we have been blessed with so much love, support and encouragement that I don’t know what we would have done without it. It may not seem like much in the grand scheme of things but just knowing that you took time to support our cause seriously means the world to me and my little family. I would like to humbly ask that if you are in the position to contribute something (anything!) to our cancer relief crowd funding campaign it would make a serious impact, even just $5.00, because every little bit makes such a HUGE difference. If you are unable to (and we completely understand) please, at the very least, consider reblogging the “Please Help Our Momma” post to your readers and/or share the campaign on whatever social media outlets you utilize for your readers because maybe we might get in front of the right people who have the means to help my family stay afloat during this time. Thank you so much! Here’s a direct link to the campaign as well.

    Thanks again. Seriously!

    Christopher Michael

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  3. Beth, you could have put a little hint and maybe someone from my blog would have found more water (here)!!
    I like the little bridge with a railing on both sides. Kids love peeking and peering into things! Jacques Cousteau is one of my favorite childhood TV memories with his Calypso voyages! 🙂

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