In the car on the way to youth group.
A discussion between father and daughter about structures, specifically bees and why they build honeycombs using hexagons.
The question raised by the father: “Why didn’t humans naturally build structures the same way as bees?”
The daughter thinks for a bit, then shares: “Animals have a deep, instinctual ‘knowing’. Maybe God wanted humans to discover things for ourselves, and that is what sets humans apart.”
Spring teased us a bit with some warm weather this week. The Sprouts pulled out their bikes and helmets and accompanied my spouse and I walking the dogs (well, she walked the dogs, I captured photos of the Sprouts).
“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.”
― Leonardo da Vinci
Coffee, the fuel the keeps teachers and students (both in my case) going.
Also on 500px.
My first attempt at photographing frozen bubbles. This bubble is about the size of a Canadian dime. I wasn’t able to create bubbles larger. Around the bubble are remnants of other bubbles.
Also on 500px.
7 AM. I hear a bedroom door open and then the not-so-quiet footsteps of the younger Sprout coming down the hall. He bounces into the living room area with a smile on his face. I ask, “How are you today, little man?” He grins his toothless grin and states, “Hugs for everyone!”
Best Saturday morning this year.