Friday, April 18, 2008

two Wonderment websites

Please open to http://www.teachwonderment.com/ to learn more about teaching with wonderment.

And to open to "Leon & Lucy's Garden of Wonders" for stories that enliven the imagination & awaken a sense of wonderment, and crafts that teach skills & result in delightful toys and activities, please visit http://www.kitntales.com/kitntales.html

3 comments:

  1. Well, I recall a few wonderess moments in my life. First was when I was about 1 year old or so. Sitting in our front yard, looking up at this incredible oak tree (didn't know what type at the time) with the sun shining through flooding my entire being and feeling like a giant smile.

    Second, when I went to Mills College and thought I had been thrown into that briar patch of pure creative energy.

    Third, was when I reconnected with this amazing woman. We would take walks, talk for hours. I could feel the molecules surging between us like pure electric juice. After several months we got married and my life has been a state of wonderment since. Her name is Sieglinde.

    Jim

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  2. Oh now. That Jim! I could just eat him up!
    I'm going to add you to my links list if you don't mind & mention you in a post.
    Your ideas are gorgeous! Xxx

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  3. Liz Sibley FletcherMay 7, 2008 at 10:28 PM

    Sigi, you radiate wonderment! What a wonder you are, and how well you express your wonderment! Wintry sunsets at Niles Beach sometimes bring me great wonderment. The water shimmers pearly green-gold, the sky flames brilliant magenta with the deep sheltering blue of coming night hanging down until it absorbs all. The wonder of how light brings us such fleeting beauty so intensely.
    Remember November in Gloucester as we saw that last sunset gleaming through the window that crumpled as the old house was torn down? A moment that is forever --
    Thank you Sigi for your great gifts.
    Much love,
    Liz

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