Here’s something that can be fascinating whether it’s “a little”, or “a lot”. A fierce, blowing wind can be amazing to see in a huge, many-branched tree; but also interesting is the tremble of one branch, or the quiver of a single leaf. (At this particular place and time of course, that would be a browned and wrinkled leaf, all lonely on the branch; or other lifeless projections in the snow-clad ground.) If you don’t think these things are interesting, you need to just spend a moment or two watching them or even go outside and feel the wind try to knock you over, or a small breath of wind touch your cheek.
If something is not moving, I very often have the inclination to prod it to see if it will move, or bat it and *make* it move. Then I get to ‘move’! Glitter, anywhere you find it (man-made or in the snow outside), sparkles better with movement. Something I find intensely exciting, is the movement of little light-reflections on the walls and ceiling.
That’s almost as good as all the little winged-things that flutter outside (like in this picture).
Thanks Boss, both for quiet stillness and small flutterings of life, as well as for jumping-up-and-down times. And thanks for giving me a soft ‘bat’ when I need to get moving!