One's ability to see miracles in seemingly ordinary things is something to be praised, not looked down on.
Mylene S, Ottawa, OntarioNice to see a litle slice of what farm life is like! : ) I happened to watch an old rerun of The Walton's right after the strip showing the bales of hay and saw what you meant about the way the hay is really baled. My doctor, an older man who was the head of obstetrics & gynecology at our local hospital (he has long since retired)also had a habit of referring to births as miracles even though one might think he should have become jaded after delivering hundreds of newborns. He had a great outlook on life!
Beverly AnnBill Borgers, thank you for your comments, you said it just right. Shirley G. Strathmore, CA
Shirley G., Strathmore, CAI second what Bill Borgers, said & couldn't have said it better myself!
Beverly Ann, Boston