Yesterday, many people in one of my Coping and Healing groups spent time talking about time.
Do I have time today to tell you more about that discussion of time and/or to list all the times I’ve used the word “time” in previous blog post titles?
Maybe I have time for one of those, before it’s time to start my last work day before my timely vacation time.
Day 224: Reasons why I shouldn’t spend too much time in our hotel room blogging this morning
Day 460: Time and space continued
Day 673: Let’s Move/Time of the Season
Day 863: I haven’t got time for …
Day 983: What I Haven’t Got Time For
Day 1326: Perfection is a matter of time
Day 1685: Together again for the first time
Day 1718: Spend time with people you love
Day 2188: I’m very aware of the passage of time
Day 2240: Take time to reflect
Day 2328: Where would you go in a time machine?
Day 2421: Together again for the first time
Day 2496: It’s that time of the year
Day 2500: It’s My Least Favorite Time of the Year
Day 2663: One Moment at a Time
Wow! I have spent a lot of time blogging about time, B.C. (Before Covid) and D.C. (During Covid).
If you have time to read only one of those blog posts with “time” in the title, which one would you choose and why? I hope you have time to read and to reply.
Do you see time in the images I’ve captured in recent times?
It’s time to celebrate my husband Michael’s birthday and to reprise Jean-Luc Ponty‘s “No Absolute Time.”
The first time I heard Jean Luc Ponty was in the 1970’s, which was a loooooong time ago.
No matter how much time I have, there is always time for gratitude, so thanks to all who help me create these posts every time, including YOU.
the big question, and this is your time, after all, how we do our time sets the pattern for our lives, and so what is time, a chance to organize. Looking forward to reading about your time posts, and expecting to learn from it, keep on posting in the real world, voices of reason and calm are now required for everyone, not just those who don’t know what to do with their time of course, cheers.