No Time Like the Present

No Time Like the Present.

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The two watches pictured are my two favorite ones.  The first one is my one remaining working Chico’s watch, on top of a pile of bracelets in my jewelry bag. Presently, the turquoise watch is the one I wear every day, not only because I love it but also because it belonged to a friend whose partner gave it to me after she passed away.  I was so touched by this and every time I look at it, I think of both of them.  The “ahora” bracelet is one I have made each time I come to the beach to remind me that the most important time of all is right now.  It helps me to remember to use and treasure each moment. (“Ahora” means “Now” in Spanish.)

7 thoughts on “No Time Like the Present

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  2. Marilyn Armstrong

    I have a pile of watches too, but it never occurred to me to take picture of them. Great idea 🙂 I also have only one that works … and I don’t even wear that one. It turns out, most of the time, it doesn’t matter what time it is. Besides, there are digital clocks everywhere … the computers, the cable box, the range, the microwave, the electric oven. And the kitchen clock, the car clocks … Even when you don’t want to know the time, it comes and grabs you.

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  3. barbwit

    It’s time I wrote another blog; stuff got in the way, but just now I’m waiting for the time to turn on the posole and lay out the veggies and cheeses for the friends coming in for the Super Bowl. My PA is off at a rehearsal – Shakespeare’s sonnets – but not too far away this time, so will be back in time to make sure the betting pool is doing well. I haven’t a clue about football scoring or the teams so my bet will be a wild guess. Funny, that sometimes works; my English son Kim was with us one year and won the pool with a score nobody else would have imagined.
    Hope the leg is working better. Your blogs are super per always.

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      Can’t see how to delete it, but your next post explains it. I’m glad someone else gets mixed up re/ who they are talking to. I have done the same a number of times, barbwit.


  4. barbwit

    Whoops! I think you should delete the last sentence! Meant for my angloswiss friend who had a bad accident. I should take more time thinking of what I write. xx



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