Day 3503: Timeless

Do you have time, here and now, to read a timeless definition and timeless quotes?

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Last night, after watching the movie One Night in Miami… and thinking about this timeless Sam Cooke song

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… I asked this question on Twitter:

Several of the timeless lyrics had to do with time, including “Time in a Bottle” and “Yesterday.” I guess time is timeless.

While writing this “Timeless” post, I am very aware of the passage of time, and it’s exactly one year since we drove to Maine to pick up our shelter cat Joan and bring her home.

What’s timeless in my other images for today?

I just spent $20 dollars on a harness and leash for Joan so she can spend time outdoors. I hope she enjoys it.

I look forward to your timeless comments, below, and timeless thanks to all who take the time to visit this blog, including YOU!

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11 thoughts on “Day 3503: Timeless

  1. Time Is On My Side still sounds timeless to me six decades after Mick and mates remade it, Ann.

  2. Bridge over troubled water

  3. Seeing sunshine in so many of your pictures reminds me it takes it eight minutes to reach us, and when we see stars we’re seeing them as they were hundreds, even thousands of years ago. The age of the universe is so staggering it seems timeless.

  4. ‘time’ by the chambers brothers, is what comes to mind. I hope Joan loves her foray into the outdoors

  5. It’s been 1 year since you brought Joan back in nursed her to health! But it feels like you’ve had her much longer than that. And yet, also that you just got her.

    I hope that she enjoys the outdoors. She seems to like adventures. I’m not sure if she will like the harness or leash at first because she wasn’t too fond of the contraption that you used to put on her head to keep her from chewing her wound.

    • I accidentally posted that before I was done, and I was going to say that she did acclimatize to that head guard in time and so I think there’s a good chance that she’ll get used to the leash as well. And perhaps she used to be an outdoors cat!

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