Spent another night in our tiny cottage on the Lake, as Summer rapidly winds down up North.
We have always named our habitat spaces.
I’m pretty sure this stems from all those years growing up reading books perched amongst the branches of my parent’s Chinese Chestnut trees. Laura lived in The Little House on the Prairie, Scarlett O’Hara lived at Tara, and The Cleary Family lived on the sheep ranch, Drogheda. And so it goes for Cuppycake & I that there has been The Duplex, Springland Terrace, True North, and our current home – North Star.
Along with this rather new (special) cottage space, Cana.
As you do not know the path of the wind, or how the body is formed in a mother’s womb, so you cannot understand the work of God, the Maker of all things.
As a human race, we have made many scientific and technological advances to better understand things like the anatomy and weather patterns. As advanced as we are, however, there are still so many things that bewilder, amaze, and amuse us – including the human body and the weather!
If we can be amazed by the things that we do know, imagine all of the things we do not.