by Elaine M. Morrow On February 2, 2003, Elaine Morrows mind became filled with words that she needed to put onto paper. The day before, before her very eyes, the Columbia Shuttle had disintegrated during reentry, and grief overtook her. Her heart lay broken. This disaster affected her as much as September 11 had because while growing up she had wanted to be an astronaut, but in those days women were not offered the opportunity. She felt paralyzed with grief, and all she could do was cry. She asked God to help her handle this tragedy because she did not want to go through what 9/11 had done to her heart. Early the next morning, God answered her prayer, and she wrote We Are Explorers. For the next ten months, the words flowed into her head, heart, and hands. Each piece in And Then I Wonder contains a specific spiritual message about His love either through human beings or Mother Nature. (2004, paperback, 50 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.