Its about time!

Wow TIME! What a relative concept. Sometimes a month feels longer than a year and sometimes a year flies by like a month. Well, I’m sitting in Starbucks blogging and my laptop says that it is 8:07, September 26th 2011.  (Can one get any cooler than sitting in Starbucks blogging and sipping on a Tall Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuchino?) It has been a long time since I’ve posted anything on here, but it feels like much longer in a way- the past month and a half has been CRAZY! Well …relatively anyhow- I haven’t discovered any new scientific phenomenon or climbed Kilimanjaro. To the average outsider the past month likely wouldn’t seem very interesting, but to me its been full. I find it interesting how time seems to speed up the older one gets. I remember feeling that a day or two was a significant amount of time,  and that 6 months sounded like forever . The 4 years between 6 and 10 seem more packed than the past 14 years have been in a way, yet time is really constant right? In a way I want to re-discover whatever it is that makes time so stretched out as a child. Do children appreciate things more? Or perhaps its because a child experiences almost everything for the first time and an adult does almost everything routinely. Work…eating, sleeping…working…blah…blah…*yawn*

Time is one of the most precious commodities we have; money can buy goods & experiences, work can earn money, but never can one earn more time, and those goods, experiences and work can only happen with time. Time- how can a person use it wisely? Can one truly “waste” time, or is it always of benefit somehow no matter how it was “spent”?  I have difficulty getting everything done that I want to in the amount of time I have ( which incidentally is the exact same amount of hours in a day as everyone ever has)

Hmm….this blog is rather lame, but I’m going to post it anyhow, because I don’t have time *gag*  to work on it more. I want to post something now, and *cough* post something every week. I’ll insert a verse regarding time here( most ppl are probably familiar with this one) :

2 Peter 3:88   “But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day. 9 The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance .”                                                                                         New International Version (NIV)

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I will post lots of foodie blogs in the coming weeks hopefully!! Yummm!