Day 2970: There’s no better time

There’s no better time than now to reveal the inspiration for today’s post title (with thanks to the New York Times):

There’s no better time for

There’s no better time to share this music I was listening to yesterday on my walk:

There’s no better time to share this live version of Take 6 performing “Don’t Give Up.”

There’s no better time for you to leave a comment, below.

There’s no better time for gratitude, so thanks to all who help me create this daily blog, including YOU.

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7 thoughts on “Day 2970: There’s no better time

  1. There’s no better time for your nighttime photos to give me a morning smile, Ann. Have a great Wednesday.

  2. There’s no better time to see Harley’s cousin interview:

  3. puella33

    Ann, how was your second shot- did you get any reactions?
    I’m trying to figure out how the cow got on the car.. Have a nice day

  4. There is something about brownies that invites cooks to express themselves creatively in the preparation, more than, say, with oatmeal.

  5. Debbie T

    I really like, “For Lent, I’m just giving up” even though I don’t observe Lent. It applies in many situations lately.

  6. I just read an article that suggested dessert should be eaten with every meal and I thought, well, there’s no better time. I also had an uncle who liked to order dessert first, saying, “I want to be sure I have room for it.”
    And I think it’s always time for a song by Take 6.

  7. there is no better time to have a duck at the helm, skippering its way through the troubled waters.

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