Thursday, October 21, 2010

Seven Wonders


We could learn a lot from kids!

20 comments:

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Mari Sweetie...
Oh my gosh, I love this. What a beautiful saying. No 7 wonders of the world in the eyes of a child, there are definitely at least 7 million. Oh Mari, so beautiful. I do love it.

Thank you for sharing with me this evening. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Rose said...

love the photo and your words. children see more than grown ups. rose

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Isn't that the truth? We are narrow minded in comparison to kids. They look at things with awe and with a broader spectrum. I like this!

I'm Sadie said...

GREAT post Mari! I wish we could have the eyes of a child!

Pat said...

Wonderful picture and sentiment.
I think I'm going in reverse now and going back to my childhood, because I too am seeing wonder in more things then ever before. I like the way God lets us do that!

Sharon said...

Great post and it is so true.
Children look at things so different.
Have a great weekend.

kari said...

what a cute photo and what a very true quote.
I'm reading To Kill a Mocking Bird at the moment and Scout and Jem are teaching me a lot.....again.
Happy weekend.

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Thank you for appreciating the post of today, in "I'm Having A Thought Here" blog.

Yes!

Remember on Nov. 2nd, to throw the trash out.

Mary said...

Mari, children can teach us so much if we just take time to see what they're seeing and hear what they're saying.

Kat said...

A big AMEN!

Happy weekend hugs,
Kat

Linda said...

not sure which I love more, that statement or that precious photo!

Betty said...

How true. Love the picture too.

Have a good weekend Mari!

Rebecca said...

I agree, Mari!

Connie said...

Kids - don't you love them?

Shell in your Pocket said...

Hello Mari-
The store in Michigan is ACORN in Milford, MI. You would love it..right downtown.

Sandy Toe

Sandra said...

So true Mari, I just wish that I would take more time to see things through my children's eyes.

septembermom said...

Very true Mari!! Adorable photo :)

Jenny the Pirate said...

Having just spent 22 hours in the presence of my grandchildren, I can attest to the truth of that statement! Allissa first wants to know what that (insert animate being here, whether it be dog, cat, horse, elephant, boy, girl) is doing, and then when you tell her, she says Why? Over and over again. It's maddeningly cute.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

You said that right!!!!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Mari Sweetie...
Just popping in to say hi and see how you are doing. Hope that you are having a wonderful weekend.

Many hugs and SO much love, Sherry