Tuesday, April 23, 2013

T is for Time

 
 
T is for Time
 
 
 
Which I never seem to have enough of.  Where does it go?  And why does the weekend seem to whiz by but the work week tends to drag.?  Why is an hour sitting and  knitting over in a flash, but an hour sitting at my desk at work making phone calls seem to last forever?  Why does ten minutes of pain from a migraine seem intolerable but ten minutes laughing with my daughter seem  over too quick?
 
 


6 comments:

  1. Seriously!! I remember thinking I will never be 16 and old enough to drive. NOW I'm a Grandma and wondering HOW is it possible the youngest is already TWO!? WHAAA?!?!?
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    Connie
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    Peanut Butter and Whine

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    1. Don't even get me started how fast the grandkids grow. The oldest one just turned 6 years old!! How is that possible?

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  2. i feel you, i am on holidays and never seem to have any time it just whooshes by...back in work on friday, unless i manage to break a leg...

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    1. OOh. Don't break your leg. At my job that would be an "incident" and they'd write you up for not letting them know two weeks in advance you were going to break your leg and need time off.

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  3. I wonder the same thing!!! Time flies for sure. unless you are doing a task you hate or at work/school.

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  4. Wonderful post. You made me smile. We all seem to think that time passes too quickly during those moments of cherished joy.

    Have fun with the rest of a-z. :)

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