Do I have space, here and now, to say what I want to about space? Will I space out and repeat what I’ve already written about space in Day 1648: Personal Space, Day 1166: Take up space!!, Day 871: What’s taking up space in your head?, Day 838: It fills the space, Day 459: Time and Space, and Day 460: Time and space continued?
I do have the space to explain what inspired today’s title.
My phone has space for that ukulele app and I have space to tell you that, six months ago, I never thought I would need or have a ukulele space. There was space in my life for a ukulele, even though I never imagined a ukulele in my space.
What am I trying to say in this space? Something that somebody had the space to say in a therapy group yesterday: “You never know.” I have the space to say that a different way: “Expect the unexpected.”
There’s space for my other photos from yesterday.
Forget trying to find a parking space near Fenway Park yesterday.
There’s always space for puns here at The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally.
One of my patients had the space yesterday to recommend that children’s book about mindfulness.
There’s space where I work for that painted mural. Yesterday’s blog space included this photo:
My boyfriend Michael and I often occupy space in pet stores.
I’m sorry, we don’t have space for a trendy house for Oscar or Harley.
Is there space for my photos of cupcakes?
Last night, Michael fixed the TV — which takes up a lot of space — with a new lamp, which fit perfectly into its space.
Then, I had the space to drink tea, eat cake, and watch the second game of the World Series.
As always, there’s space for great music here.
There’s space for me to repeat this photo to ask for comments …
… and to express thanks to all who helped me create another post in this space and — of course! — to YOU.
Congratulations on super ukulele songs and winning baseball teams, Ann!