Misha Crews

Love stories about old houses and family secrets.

“Wonder” is a great word, isn’t it? It has so many layers of meaning.

It can mean to think or speculate curiously, or to be fileld with admiration, amazement or awe.

It can also mean something strange and surprising; a cause of surprise, astonishment or admiration.

As we leave behind the spooky season, and enter the seasons of gratitude and gifts, may we all think curiously, be filled with admiration, amazement and awe. May we encounter many things and people that cause us to feel astonishment and admiration.

May we wonder at all the wonders, and receive gifts of knowledge that will enable us to lead happy, peaceful and productive lives in all the years to come.

“If we wonder often, the gift of knowledge will come.” – Arapaho Proverb

P.S. To learn more about the Arapaho people, visit: https://cheyenneandarapaho-nsn.gov/


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