Travel in both time and space through an aquatic meditation on interconnection appealing to readers of all ages.
The water that makes up more than two-thirds of your body weight, that flows in your blood, that bathes your cells, and that you cry as tears, may once have flowed in a river. It may have floated as a cloud, fallen as a snowflake, bobbed in ocean waves, or been drunk by a dinosaur from an ancient lake. All this is possible because the water that’s presently on earth has always been here — except for ice brought by comets hitting the earth’s atmosphere. And all the water on earth is connected in a global cycle. This cycle is called the water cycle, or the hydrologic cycle.
April Pulley Sayre Wetland
And so for day 1608