Day 3067: A brief, precious moment in time

I am going to take a brief, precious moment in time to brief my precious readers that life is brief and made up of precious moments.

I find that knowledge very precious because it helps me appreciate each brief, precious moment in time and also recognize that painful moments will, in time, give way to other brief, precious moments.

What’s your favorite brief, precious moment in time from today’s blog?

Before I became a parent late in life, for a brief, precious moment in time I was able to hit all the notes in this amazing song from Leonard Bernstein’s Candide:

And I hope you enjoy brief, precious moments in time from this live Weird Al concert from 1999:

Consider leaving a brief, precious comment below and I will respond in time.

I am grateful for all my brief precious moments in time and — of course! — for you.

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14 thoughts on “Day 3067: A brief, precious moment in time

  1. 1. That photo of Aaron’s photo is my most precious of the day, Ann.
    2. I would have grabbed the free sign with free written on it because, retelling that story would have struck me as precious.

    • Right after you shared this comment, Mark, I went back to try to grab that sign but too many precious moments had passed and it was gone. But we still have the picture!

  2. puella33

    The precious moment in time would be the photo of the two ducks.

  3. That free dry erase board is perfect for capturing precious moments. Because moments, and thoughts, are fleeting that makes them especially precious.

  4. A brief, precious moment in time are those Iris and other flowers blooming.

  5. the dino in the garden was precious and i had only a brief glimpse of it

  6. I laugh every time I see the Carl Jung action figure. It must be a collector’s item (treasure) at this point. 🙂 I like to take a brief, precious moment to laugh at times, so thank you for that!

  7. Very interested in what is going on next to the steps.
    Also, first rate photo of your son.

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