Take Time to Wonder

Jun 16, 2017

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Kristie Ennis

Having just relocated to a new city five hours from my home of 34 years, I felt the wanderlust tugging at me when I packed up my car to drive away from the past, into a new, uncertain future. I have committed to recording at least one thought while taking time to wonder each day, no matter where I am. This has been the most liberating experience; I can now say that I have begun noticing small things I would normally miss and have considered all kinds of new things, people, and places. Everyone should take time to wonder and to draw others into their wondering. You never know what you might learn!

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