a trio of kinders, a ring of keys, a door to our classroom….
“optimism is the key.”
when you find a perfect circle of ice
in the bottom of a sand pail
and hold it to the winter’s sun
things become crystal clear.
“there is a beauty and clarity that comes from simplicity that we sometimes
do not appreciate in our thirst for intricate solutions.”
-dieter f. uchtdorf
just chillin’ in the polar ice cave
when quite suddenly
from out of nowhere
makes a daring rescue
enters stage left.
“it’s more fun to experience things when you don’t know what’s going to happen.”
-louis c. k.
m organized the world according to the animals.
some live in the water, some with grass and trees, some with sand and stone, and some with snow and ice.
“science is organized knowledge. wisdom is organized life.”
today we found a beautiful flower that survived
under the snow and ice and rain and arctic temperatures of january.
were very surprised.
it must be enchanted.
“the only words that ever satisfied me as describing nature
are the terms used in fairy books, charm, spell, enchantment.
they express the arbitrariness of the fact and its mystery.”
-g. k. chesterton
after much trial and error and an ‘aha’ moment,
the kinders figured out what magnets do and found a place to put them.
“a teacher is a compass that activates the magnets of curiosity, knowledge, and wisdom in the pupils.”
“this color smells like love.”
“if i put this red piece of tape here it might keep all of this stuff from falling off my plate.”
“the good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge.”