"Time is that elusive quality of nature which keeps events from happening all at once. Lately, it doesn't seem to be working." --Douglas Adams
I learned that quote my freshman year of college in Chris Blake's Honors Composition class. Part of his genius pedagogy was to have us memorize important phrases, famous quotes, and Bible verses for exams. Some, like this one, have stuck in my brain for 15 years. And as I looked through my May calendar today, I couldn't help but think that time is not doing it's job lately.
So. Many. Things.
Between classes, writing projects, family events, holiday days, and work, time definitely feels crowded, like my carrot forest above. I'm hoping the summer months look more like the strawberries--bursts of busy with big empty spaces in between.
|BlogHer's NaBloPoMo May 2015 prompt for May 7- My time|
One can dream, right?
NaBloPoMo May 2015
May 1- To selfie or not to selfie
May 2- Helping things grow
May 3- All the feels
May 4- When your imagination wears you out
May 5- 'How Porcupines Make Love': Because, why not?
May 6- A man who makes me laugh
Labels: BlogHer, busy, carrots, Douglas Adams, Gardening, May 2015, NaBloPoMo, personal, self-reflection, strawberries, Time