Use Your Facebook Feed for an Easy End-of-Year Post

So I chose to scroll through my Facebook posts... and couldn't stop! I went all the way to 2009 (then my eyes started watering) which forced me to hit the brakes. Gosh, one thing was clear, I used to post much more often back then and not just links, but about the everyday happenings in my life, from superficial ills to eating chocolate cake. ...more
uneekdiva Go for it! It certainly was an interesting experience for me! :)more

My Personal Assistant

Today's NaBloPoMo writing prompt is "If you had a personal assistant who would do your most dreaded tasks, which items from your to-do list would you assign out?" Here's that list:...more

Who Knows Where The Time Goes?

I'd planned to do something different today, but then this cropped up in my Timehop feed:...more

That elusive quality of nature

"Time is that elusive quality of nature which keeps events from happening all at once. Lately, it doesn't seem to be working." --Douglas AdamsI 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....more

I got time.

Today's prompt: When was the last time you asked someone to take a picture of you? Photo: Your Time ...more

Time is on our side

Hurry up! You're killing me!

I am at work. An email arrives in my inbox. About two minutes later the person who sent the email is at my desk to discuss the email they just sent me. This drives me crazy....more

31 Days, 32 Revelations: Time

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patriciaappelquist   Hi Patricia! Thanks for reading, A new post is up! Have a good one!more

I am not Father Time

"Hurry up! We've only got 10 minutes!""YOU'RE SO MEAN."This scenario plays out in my house at least three and probably closer to 17 times a day.While I appreciate the unadulterated power the girls have bestowed upon me, the assumption that the sun rises and sets at my command, I simply do not have control over how fast the Earth spins on its axis--believe me, kids, I wish I did....more