Inspiring spiritual and cultural transformation through connection with wild spaces, with the help of God and neighbor, to create a world where wildlife and wild spaces are known as neighbors worthy of our love, kindness, compassion and care.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Snapdragons!

When I was young something that brought joy to my heart was pinching (but not breaking) the heads of snapdragon flowers. I found some today outside of the hospital in Wellsboro, PA. If I’m being honest, at 32 years of age it still stirs up joy in my heart when I make those colorful little flowers open and close their mouths; although I didn’t give the flowers a voice-over...what would a snapdragon say if it could talk?

Whether you’re making a snapdragon talk, climbing a tree, spending time in the garden, watching wildlife in the forest or just taking in a good sunset I hope that we can all take time to interact with wildlife and wild spaces (or cultivated exotics in the case of my snapdragon today!) because it’s good for the soul.

Many times I find myself thanking God for the experience.

("Aaaaaaaaaah!")





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