I have noticed that the older I become the faster time moves. I remember when I was young it seemed like days lasted forever and I couldn’t wait to be a grownup. Well, being a grownup is not all that it is cracked up to be. I really miss those days of no bills and frivolous worries like do my socks match my outfit or if a certain person is going to sit next to me today, but I digress… Ah to be young again. I wish that I had savored that time more. Now it seems that no sooner do I wake up then it is time to go to bed again leaving me with a long list of things I wanted to do today undone.


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(8) Comments

  1. I love the picture!

    1. Thanks! I found it on Pixabay

  2. Sandy Weinstein says:

    yes, i find that the older i get the less time i have to do things, i just cant seem to do all of the things i used to be able to do when i was younger. i used to go all day long and nite, never got tired. i hate getting older.

    1. Getting older does suck but it’s better then the alternative. 🙂

  3. Kimberly Flickinger says:

    I have noticed the same thing. I am approaching 44 (in July) and the years are just seem to be flying by.

  4. Becky Richardson says:

    I am almost 61 and my mom is 82. We both agree with you–time seems to be passing us by.

  5. Life is much busier these days and even technology hasn’t helped. Thanks for reminding us that time is precious and sharing with us at #OvertheMoon Link Party. Pinned and shared.

  6. Calvin says:

    Feels like this for many, I am starting to notice how fast it goes now.

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