285: Lessons Learned From Children

"Instantly a large raccoon burst from the door bounding toward the boys.  Each of them clearly terrified began to dart in a different direction.  Each of the boys was screaming using all their leg strength to bound from the sticking mud. They scurried in all directions running as fast as they could until they could feel solid forest under their feet."

- Excerpt from "A Captured Day" by Thom Walters

Today was a day for me to escape my comfort zone.  I am a non-fiction writer by trade so trying to write a short story was a stretch.  However, it was the perfect way to talk about the lessons we can learn from kids while also stressing the benefits of creativity.


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