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The Uncommon

“We react to weather in relative rather than absolute fashion,” said Laurence S. Kalkstein, a professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Miami. “The uncommon is what bothers us.”
(From the Washington Post article, Shriver or shrug: On a bitter cold day, a telling personality test)

But, I wondered, what if the “uncommon”  polar vortex that changed the DC metro area could be transformed into a temporary wonderful, magical, and stunning curiosity?
For the children and community of SWS, this small poetic gesture was offered.
Frozen Sun catchers.

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May you encounter the uncommon with all your senses
May it fill you with wonder
And joy
May you pass it forward
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One Comment

  1. Hildegard Greenlee
    Posted January 16, 2014 at 9:48 am | #

    Our Grandchildren have no idea how fortunate they are to experience all of the wonderful ways you open and refine their senses!!!! I love seeing that the trees are still ‘yarn bombed’, Thank you!

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