In my personal life, I have always found wonder in the universe that is out there. When I was a young girl, my father used to take us outside to look at constellations. We even had this big huge book from National Geographic called Our Universe by Roy A. Gallant (Author), Margaret Sedeen (Author). It was where I learned that I shared a name with one of the rings on Saturn and the names of all the planets (before poor Pluto lost his planet status). There was nothing more magical than sitting in my backyard and looking up there to spot the big and little dipper, to see the blanket of stars that seemed to lay upon the earth like downy snow. As we dive into stargazing month, I hope that all of you go outside and observe the world around you, take a book on the stars and share it with those around you. There is nothing more wondrous than sharing the love of space with our children and showing them a world beyond the screen.
Stargazing Theme Begins
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