Time! What is time? It goes too slow when we are waiting for something and too fast when we don’t want something to end. Just like last weekend when my son and family was here. I want to hang onto every minute when I spend time with my grandsons. I only see them a few times a year. They are so precious. Now my daughter is coming tonight with her son.
Time! Can we really measure it? It takes a few minutes to fix food, to eat it, but so little time in the great scheme of things to have a conversation with our children when we think of the time they are with us over a lifetime. I remember when they were young, very young how long it seemed when all I did was feed, diaper, and rock them to sleep. That seemed like forever but when they entered school and especially the high school years, we could have blinked and the next thing I know, they are gone!
Time! Why does it appear to speed up as we get older? I think I get busier as I get older and how did I do so much when I had a family at home and now I can’t get half as much done? What happened? Did time change? Did I? I know some of you can identify with me.
Time! Enough time for today. I must go. I haven’t forgotten about
. I plan to go back to it. Happy slicing! :o) Iceland