New Ideas (and some old ones)

Today, along with Blogger re-creating itself, I have decided to as well. A few weeks ago I bought a bookmark that said, “Wonder is the beginning of wisdom.” Socrates said it, and he was definitely wiser than I am (although I am finally learning how to spell “definitely.” So I’ve decided to try to focus my thoughts in this way, at least for a while.

And as far as old thoughts go…

I did write a post this weekend, but it won’t go up until tomorrow. It’ll be good.

I saw the Parrot Man in the skyway again today, only he had a red shirt on, short shorts, and, surprisingly, no parrot. I wonder where the parrot went?

Rockin’ out to: The Presidents of The United States of America, “Lump”

Wisdom Source: Shakespeare‘s “The Taming of the Shrew

Today’s Wisdom: Proverbs 27:14, “If you shout a pleasant greeting to your neighbor too early in the morning, it will be counted as a curse!”

One Reply to “New Ideas (and some old ones)”

  1. I think your website is cool. I am a middle school spec ed teacher and am teaching my students about wonderment, I am trying to get them to understand that wondering is ok, creative, and can be fun. I typed wonderment into the search engine and here I am. I also like you CD listing, would I be able to get a copy of it?
    Keep up the good work, I love the quotes!
    Sincerely,
    Jeanene
    deafkids@comcast.net

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