photo of Frye family provided by Jackie
Sometime in my life it got easy to say, "I'll get to it tomorrow". Tomorrow no longer seemed to represent a time in the future, but became a part of my present. It all kind of got mushed together. Maybe it was a way to encourage my laziness, my lack of priorities, but either way, there was always tomorrow...and things kept getting pushed into and lost in "tomorrow".
Though this definitely isn't quite the challenge it used to be, there are times here and there where I can find myself thinking I can start that tomorrow. And so I remind myself that tomorrow is and will never be now. And I ask myself, am I living now or in the idea of "tomorrow"?
With that, I will be sharing a series of posts intermingled throughout the rest of my thoughts, entitled "One of Those Moments..." Stories, Images, people taking the opportunity to experience, Live, Love...NOW.