Saturday, February 24, 2018

The Time Is Now

Took my wife to see 15:17 to Paris.  It may not be obvious until you've seen it, and maybe only obvious to me. 

Enjoy being young or even middle-aged.  Enjoy your young children, as exhausting as they can be.  Both will be gone before you can imagine it.  I have a powerfully bittersweet memory.  My wife and I were walking across the University of Idaho campus in Moscow, and our son, 5, and daughter, 9, were running across the lawns, "like two spring lambs, kicking up their heels," as my wife said at the time.  I am crying as I write this because those were wonderful days, and they won't be coming back.


  1. “Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present.”

  2. Hey now, just because those times won't come back physically doesn't mean you can't relive and enjoy them mentally :) And you can always make some new memories, too!