It's that time again! Time for us to explore some real life mysteries that keep us awake, make us wonder, or just plain inspire us.
BLIND SPOT Roswell - a fitting name for the daughter of a UFO chaser!
Roswell, New Mexico is the alleged site of an alien craft crash-landing
in 1947. Witnesses even claim the body of an alien was found. But the
government claimed it was simply a weather balloon.
Which was it?
That has been a question asked by UFO and conspiracy-theory enthusiasts
for decades. You be the judge. Here's the link to the account on
Diana Renn: Children, at any age, are mysterious to me. I've
always been curious about how young people think and act. Writing for
young people is maybe one way that I attempt to understand the mysteries
of children and childhood. Now that I'm a parent, I find my young son
the most fascinating mystery in my day-to-day life. Who is this evolving
person? What thoughts take shape behind those deep brown eyes? Why does
he fear spider webs but not spiders? What inspires his recurring dreams
about caves and magic toyboxes? How did all these matchbox cars
reappear in the middle of the floor when we just put them away -- three
times? Why do we have five individual mittens but no pairs? How do you
retrieve a rubber Superball from a heating vent? Life with a preschooler
brings endless mysteries, mundane perhaps, but I wouldn't trade them
for anything. This Thanksgiving I'm grateful for my son and all the
small and large mysteries he brings into my life.