Wonderment. I love that word and knew I had to attach myself to it on my first plate of stamps. I love it because of the level of emotion describes. I love it because it is rarely used anymore in this form. I love it because that feeling of admiration and amazement is such a joyous feeling. And finally, I love it when you just happen upon it...yes, happenstance (another favorite word).
I often look at art with wonderment. Mostly other people's, but every once in a while I look at something I've done and it takes my breath away. Not necessarily because it's the best thing I've ever done, but because of the journey I've been on that I never expected to begin. People's creativity does give me pause. Ideas that I would never have in a million years or in a million years would never be able to execute just take me to another place totally. So, not a surprise that art would cause wonderment, but I've spent some time thinking about what else does.
- trees...really any. I am fascinated by their lines, their history, their everything
- old couples holding hands....I'd love to know their story
- "anticipation" during the month of December. This covers everything from lights, to traditions, to family time, to a service on the 24th.
- the ocean....I could sit next to it or be on it for quite some time without getting bored. It's another place where I tend to lose myself in my thoughts.
- Sam. best thing I ever did. I think Jim would agree. Those who know me well know the backstory. It isn't pretty.
- time. memories. moments.