If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.
Saturday, March 21, 2015
They like to run and jump and play.
They climb into tubs and out. They snug down for a nap in the tubs. They are just generally curious.
They like to climb and can turn even the smallest little rise - like the remnants of a bale of hay - into a hill for jumping and pushing and playing upon.
First, one will dash over and claim the top...
Then, a couple or three more zip across the lot to join him...
...the perkier and peppier they are the better!
A small group of kids gather together and start just climbing and pouncing and jumping.
The group expands and soon a game of king-of-the-hill breaks out.
First one is on top and then another.
One will give another a little head-butt or shove.
Then, it is the next one's turn to be the king-of-the-hill if only for a brief moment.
The next thing you know, it is somebody else's turn again.
There will be more running and jumping.
The crowd will thin a bit when one after another gives up or finds something else that captures their curiosity.
And a new game is discovered across the lot leaving the king-of-the-hill to reign supreme.
Then, a new game breaks out and the fun begins again.
Beverly Noland Ozburn
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