When I saw the Weekly Prompt photo challenge feature the topic of Clock the Time, I immediately glanced at the empty Grandfather Clock case standing in a corner of my living room. It’s patiently waiting for repairs and cleaning to be completed. I wonder: if there are no ‘innards’, no clock face, no ticking, does… Continue reading Time and Clocks
With the upcoming time change and the call for humor from Travel With Intent weekly prompt, this bit of fun seems appropriate. Found this quote by Rastko Zakic on CoolFunnyQuotes.com See more humor inspired contributions at https://travelwithintent.com/2018/10/21/humour-beano-comic-dundee/
It’s interesting how our perception of time changes depending on our age or anticipated events. As a kid, the time between September and June was forever. Time crept while I waited for summer and for the freedom we would have swimming, playing, sleeping late, and going to camp. And then, time flew. It was… Continue reading Time: It Races, Jogs, Drags, and Surprises
Apparently the clock is letting the Rabbit know it’s time to hide the eggs, dress in your new finery, and make your way to Easter services. Happy Easter all!
https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/time/ Time…such an elusive concept. It stand stills. It drags. It rushes by. It is priceless. It is neglected. It is wasted. It is filled. So, this clock sums up my feelings about Time. photo-challenges/time/