…is very Chestertonian. He would have loved the whole concept of finding magic in everyday stuff.
That is one of the great gifts Chesterton gave us: his love of seen the miraculous in the everyday. He remarked that the world would never starve for want of wonders, but for want of wonder.
Wonder is the mother of philosophy, science, art, and religion. All of them are ways of exploring Wonder. I once tried to capture something of that in a piece I wrote for The Catholic Weekly.