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August 01, 2007


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How true. Nicely captured!


the imagination is a powerful thing, especially the imagination of a child. this captures it delightfully.


Holy-moly, your post blew my mind and I was completely captivated by the video.

(I read your essay first, then watched the video, and finished with your poem.)

Fantastic. Thank you.

Wow. (Here via PT; I'll be back!)


Tumblewords — Thanks for your comment and visit here!

Nicole — Thanks for this. Do you feel the adult imagination is (or can be) as powerful as a child's?

...deb — Now your comment has blown my mind! I'm honored you spent so much time here, and glad my post touched you. I'll be over to visit your blog soon!


Breathless... your post brought (happy) tears to my eyes. It is so touching, so extra-ordinary... wonder-full and full of childhood wonders. Thank you for sharing. : )

PS : And the video is excellent! I love animation films and this one is particularly brilliant.


Hi Mindblob/Luc! Thank you so much for appreciating my writing on what I find to be a very complex aspect of parenting. With your being a parent yourself, I know you can identify with all of this.

I'm so glad you enjoyed the video! :)

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