Laurel Moffatt remembers there are some things that go together like bread and butter. Like a grandmother and a grandchild, forgiveness and grace.
How is it that significant moments in your childhood can sit so close to people and places you’d rather forget? Laurel Moffatt says that people who say they don’t believe in ghosts never met her grandmother. She is haunted by the memory of a woman who actively destroyed everything around her. But the set of instructions she taught Laurel for washing her hands has taken on extreme significance in the face of an international pandemic, and her need to find a way to forgive.
What is Small Wonders?
The clarity the desert brings. Hurricanes and hard relationships. Finding reason in the middle of a ruin. Small Wonders are quiet but profound observations about life from Dr Laurel Moffatt. In each fifteen-minute episode, Laurel uncovers lessons learned from broken and beautiful things that are polished to perfection and set in rich audio landscapes for your consideration.