Day 2647: LIVE TODAY LIKE

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Live today like you’re getting fried tomorrow (or like you’re getting stir fry today).

Here’s Tim McGraw, live, telling us to live today like you’re getting fried tomorrow with “Live Like You Were Dying.”

 

Live today with gratitude that, most likely, you (and Harley) are not getting fried tomorrow.

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20 thoughts on “Day 2647: LIVE TODAY LIKE

  1. Much gratitude to you today, Ann.

  2. Sometimes I think I might be in the wrong story but it requires some disentangling to get to the right one. I’m okay with that, though. It’s good advice to live as though every day might be your last but the really important thing is to live.

  3. ……. no-one’s watching

  4. Damn Derrick I was going to say that……………..bugger

  5. LIVE TODAY LIKE as if Harley were tutoring you.

  6. There’s no tomorrow!

  7. I’ll take the terra chips and cake please, and I won’t worry about tomorrow

  8. I lost a good friend today…living more fully without the promise of tomorrow feels easier when we are grieving a loss. I wish I could learn the lesson once and for all, and not need reminders, but it doesn’t seem to be that way.

  9. I like the Mo Williams quote.
    Do they really kill cats in New York?

    • Somebody posted that on Facebook and I was amazed by that and by that cat’s resemblance to Harley. I like every comment from you, Maureen.

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