|This tree should be in one of|
I sat there for about an hour and a half. I munched, wrote, gazed.
On the trek back, which somehow took almost the same amount of time even if I had drank all the coffee and really had to pee, I thought about a chapter in Sophie’s World that I had read.
|Countryside.. while kind of still|
being in town..
The chapter reflected on the idea that children and philosophers see the world differently than adults. The difference being that children and philosophers are (and allow) themselves to constantly look at the world a new and be amazed in all it’s beauty, wonders and world-ness (I lack a better word, or word at all). Whereas adults (no specification on when Adulthood is reached) are no longer as amazed by the wonders since they have already seen them.
Some of you know that in the morning times, while sitting at the breakfast table, I sometimes spurt incredible quotes of out no where. I don’t know if this is because I am still half asleep, or it is my truly brilliant mind just doing it’s thing. Anyway, this little view from Sophie’s World made me remember one of my quotes :
Cool eh? I thought so.
When I got back I did some cleaning and home stuff. I had that nice fiery sensation on my skin that you get from being outdoors for hours, just knowing you’re full of freshness, and I itched for another walk. Not having much time before I had to fetch Lou, I made a quick jaunt to the post office, for the obvious reason, and returned, then left.
|Actually an intense down hill|
|Sky was playin games|
|I don't think these homes have changed|