Christopher Moore states, “Children see magic because they look for it.” So as this gloomy June 14th day starts off with more rain, think about pinwheels and the way they spin. Like magic, somehow its colors blend as one.
When I look at these Gerbera Daisies in the garden, they may seem a bit tattered from all the recent storms. But I see pinwheels ready to twirl; I want to see something colorful and magical. Look at these Gerbera Daisies from the eye of a child. And don’t forget, the National Garden Bureau declared 2013 as the year of the Gerbera. http://www.ngb.org/year_of/index.cfm
Why the pinwheels in the rain today? Shouldn’t we look at life and our own gardens through the eyes of a child? Pick up a pinwheel loaded with magic. Place it in your garden for the world to see. And don’t forget to place some Gerbera Daisies next to it. See magic because you look for it because that is what children see.
On this day, June 14th, six months later our hearts still weep with Sandy Hook and Newtown, CT.
Image of Gerbera Daisies planted in the garden this year by Ann Bilowz ©
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