I teach my students to always wonder about things...to never stop questioning and to let one wondering lead to another. Tonight on our walk I wondered about the tree that dropped vibrant leaves so early in the summer. What tree did this leaf fall from and what will the leaves look like that fall in September?
I wondered how close this chipmunk would let me get before he scurried off...
...are these berries poisonous? Is that why they are left alone on branches, uneaten by birds or deer?
This appears to be a cherry tree, but very different in color than the others. Are some of our cherry trees sweet cherries and this one tart cherries? (And if so, did I die and end up in Heaven?)
...I wondered if God was enjoying our walk alongside us tonight as The Mister and I had been talking about planting some grapevines when we got the garden area cleared...here were vines just waiting for us to notice!
We both wondered what sort of creature calls this little place home. Almost too perfectly formed to think it was animal alone, and yet...
...I wonder how many "I love you's" (not "I love you nots") will be uttered during our years here together.
...I wondered how many black raspberries we had growing. They are everywhere! Flash's girlfriend, a farm girl through and through climbed through the thorny brambles to pick all the ripe ones she found (we were too busy eating the ones we found).
...I wonder what delicious thing I might make with this bounty!!
I wonder what will see tomorrow night....