Words Crush Wednesday: A Lesson on Exploration

I’ve been out exploring, and I thought I might share a past adventure/quiz with you. Come back Friday for the answer. In the mean time, I hope you are enjoying your own summer adventures. 🙂


“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.”

– Robert Louis Stevenson-

 I’ll bet Stevenson’s words are sung through the heart of a young child: children don’t really care so much about the where, but that they are indeed going. What if we all viewed life so innocently? We simply stopped and enjoyed. We simply stop to explore and see the world from a new perspective and refuse to judge its simplicity, but rather seek its complexities? Maybe you’ve been there and done that before, but what–myself included–can we find that is unique this time?  Notice how young children take in everything around them and are notably curious. Do they really care that they’ve been to this park before? Probably not. Children are typically always happy to be at the same…

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5 thoughts on “Words Crush Wednesday: A Lesson on Exploration

      1. We are doing great! Our weather is extremely muggy and hot right now. We are hoping for some rain as the crops in the field really need a couple inches to keep them from shriveling up. The fields do look amazing at this point considering there hasn’t been much moisture.
        And how are you doing?

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      2. Wonderful, just returning from a Florida-Georgia family vacation. We were actually in Florida when the “hurricane” came through and then it was down-graded to a tropical storm. Now that we are back in Arizona we are catching all the monsoons “a wind system that brings in heavy rains.” Much needed here. But I understand the “mugginess” boy was it muggy back East. OMG!

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