“For now’ is something I often say, for perspective, for clarification, for hope, and for an invitation to live in the moment.
For now, Michael still hasn’t sent me those photos he took on Saturday.
For now, I’ll keep reminding him until he remembers to send them.
For now, I have only three new photos to share with you.
For now, I’m placing a “Thank you” photo in the middle of a post, instead of at the end.
For now, I’m feeling some measure of peace despite all the chaos surrounding us.
For now, please express any thoughts and feelings you have for today’s post.
For now, I’m expressing gratitude for all who helped me create this post and — of course! — for you.