once the rain came
and the temperature rose by 50 degrees
and the snow and ice turned
to slush, and mud, and dirty water
and the discovery of this
brought such a level of joy and celebration
to the sandbox
that it was immeasurable.
“childhood is messy and beautiful.”
“i simply do not distinguish between work and play.”
r.i.p. mary oliver, one of my favorite poets – i agree.
image credit: alice boughton,
Teachers and kindergarten students
Warm-toned Gelatin Silver Print unmounted 1910 USA
on the first day
after a long winter break
the kinders (and we) are back at it.
“well it’s life, back to the salt mines.”
these little mittens have lost their kittens.
“you can’t survive by sucking the juice from a wet mitten.”
-charles m. schulz
what to do if there is no snowplow to be found?
where there’s a will….
a kinder will find a solution.
“wonder is the starter kit for innovation”