14 comments on “I think…

  1. atimetoshare.me says:

    So true. Being with children is indeed a boon. I’ve been teaching digital drama classes to kids for the past couple months. One group is working on the true story of the 3 pigs and it has been so refreshing for me. Even though we aren’t together physically, I can see their little faces light up with various emotions and enjoy being in front of an audience, even though it’s virtually. One little guy is about five and he is such a free spirit. I can see mischief, fun, being a sponge trying to soak everything in and so much more. Kids are the epitome of living. We should all become children again and stop making everything so complicated. Your little ones are so precious.

  2. hatrack4 says:

    I think, therefore I am – Descartes. Sorry, your title sent me down another rabbit hole, as I say in a future post – chasing dust bunnies.

  3. Lynda Clayton says:

    When my spiritual director asked on my first appointment with him, “When did you experience God recently?”, I thought for a moment and at the risk of sounding stupid, I said, “when my grandchildren ran to greet me shouting their pleasure at seeing me.” He told me it was the perfect answer. And your grandchildren look just as sweet as mine did at their age! Enjoy!

  4. Tricia says:

    Looks like both the Mayor and Sheriff are handling this zombie apocalypse quote well. Nice pics Julie, thanks for the smile.

  5. DeniseBalog says:

    Amen💕 I am a Pre-K to 2nd grade school level secretary and I love their honesty and their eyes to see beauty in the first frost of the season and think “it snowed”, or the puddle that happened to be “right as I got off the school bus”😅💕 Thank you and joining you in prayers🙏

  6. Dawn Marie says:

    I whole-heartedly agree! My grand-daughter has helped me to refocus where my joy is experienced – and it is definitely not found in the world. (Especially, this current world situation. Yikes.)

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