|Destin, FL, March 2013|
"The setting sun was starting to peek through the clouds, making the whole sky like luscious ink. 'Painter's sky,' his dad had always called it. - THE WATER CASTLE by Megan Frazer Blakemore
... and because it's a really good book, and I have more than one Scientist son, I have to share another quote from THE WATER CASTLE:
"Will shook his head. 'But don't you see? You're missing the fundamental point of science. You can't have any ideas before you start. That's bias. You have to see what you see and then make sense of it.'
'You have to have some idea, don't you? Or else how would you know where to look? Anyway, it seems to me that science shouldn't be saying 'No' and 'that's impossible.' I mean, science is about discovery, right? Just like Peary and everyone looking for the North Pole.'”
And on a completely different topic -- well, not completely -- see my "Better than Ice Cream" post today over at Smack Dab in the Middle! Thank you. xo