Today, as Bodhi and I drove in the car toward a Mother's Day brunch, he sat twisting in his chair to the right peering out the lower rear corner of the car window. This is his favored mode of transport, as is evident by the smudges and grimy hand prints on all nearby surfaces. As he looked out the window, he said, "I like to look out the window like this Mom". I said, "I know you do Bodhi. What do you see when you look out the window like that?" He promptly answered, "I see animals everywhere and teepees and native americans. I see the way it used to be. Then I see cars, so many they are destroying the Earth. One day, all the people will be gone and the Shee will come, Mom. The Shee will make their home on the whole Earth and take care of it. It will be good Mom."
This boy never ceases to amaze me.