Day 2995: Live each day like it’s your last.

Live each day like it’s your last.

Don’t fear the future or regret the past.

Take it slow, life goes by fast.

Do your best to have a blast.

No matter what the day might bring

Winter, summer, fall or spring,

Changing times or a day of Pi

Live, live, live, like you will die.

I’m very happy to share this moment and this motivational video with you.

Live each day like it’s your last and send thanks to those you love.

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25 thoughts on “Day 2995: Live each day like it’s your last.

  1. Yes we do, Ann.

  2. I woke up this morning. Life is good!

  3. That T-Rex and the asteroid made me laugh out loud. Also, your cat is so pretty!

  4. Leon Fairbanks

    Great close up portrait of Harley – the head angle and gaze, the dappling of light, the wonderful colors. Wow!

  5. puella33

    Did you write that poem, Ann? It’s beautiful

  6. It seems like a cruel trick that we’d lose an hour on Pi Day, but that also means the sun will be up an hour later, and while there’s nothing wrong with living each day like it’s my last I do like having something to look forward to.

  7. love your glasses Ann! and that mask 🙂

  8. Live each day like it’s your last. It’s a great poem. Makes me think of Einstein’s concept of time and that it is simply an illusion made up of human memories, everything that has ever been and ever will be is happening in this moment. One thing is certain though, Harley is as present as ever!

  9. love the poem! and it looks like harley is not capable of sleeping standing up, what a mellow guy.

  10. oops – meant to say, ‘harley is now capable…’

  11. The idea of living each day to its fullest, as if it were the last, has taken on even greater meaning after a year like we’ve had. I hope to never lose the gratitude for making it through.

  12. Can I live each day as it was thirty years ago?

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