Saturday, July 3, 2010

Wonderings by My Readers

 A few months ago I posted an item about things I wonder about. I asked my readers to chime in with their wonderings, whether deep or trite, funny or serious. Thank you all for your insightful, thoughtful and beautiful comments. Here they are. Enjoy!

Jane Farr said...
•I wonder what amazing lives my children will lead.
•I wonder why I keep waking up at 4am.
•I wonder why so many people have allergies as adults that didn't when they were kids.
•I wonder why God created the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.

Shannon Wilson said...
•I wonder how to stop my children from losing their sense of wonder.
•I wonder why God gives me such an undeserved long leash.
•I wonder when living will replace trying.
•I wonder where He is leading me—but I'll go there without knowing.
•I wonder how blog friendships can be so rich.

Agnes said...
•I wonder when my mother's hands replaced mine!

Joygerm said...
•I wonder how anyone can be bored when there are so many things that are amazing and, well, wonderful to look at, to think about, to learn.

•I wonder at the purpose of things for which there is such an abundance, yet most of us either despise or are at least annoyed by, such as dandelions, or dog hair—there must be a really useful purpose, but we don't know it. Maybe some ingredient in dandelions is the cure for cancer or something.

1 comment:

Shelly @ Life on the Wild Side said...

Thanks for sharing these, Julie. I'm wondering why I couldn't come up with anything to share. :)