Children are so fresh from heaven and filled with curiosity, innocence, and love. Recently, I was lucky enough to visit a park with a two-year-old.
There was an old tree there that was quite picturesque. It looked like the ol' fellow had been around a long, long time.
He had a thick, twisted trunk with knots and battle scars and hundreds of branches that reached up to the sky.
The little one wanted me to hold her up so she could touch a branch. Then she wanted to be a woodpecker and tap the bark of the old tree.
The thought of pretending to be a woodpecker had never crossed my mind in all my decades of life.
It was amazing to see the little one imitate the bird she had, no doubt, seen in action on some video or television show. The old tree cooperated and probably had a good laugh himself when he saw the cutest little "human woodpecker" ever! WHAT, IF ANYTHING, DO YOU LOVE ABOUT TREES?
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