Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Endless Time

Where does time go when I think have done nothing?

I always think that time is running out. For what? Everything.

I can not believe I will be 39 in a month.  Where has the time gone?

I will probably never have kids. That makes me incredibly sad.

If I look back to when I was a teenager and I think back to what I thought life would be like, this is not it.

Now it is already October. Soon it will be Thanksgiving in November and then the dreaded Christmas.

Where does time go?

I am just trying to make one day at a time better. I went to a wine tasting tonight with some good friends and it felt great. I need to do that more often.

5 comments:

  1. Time...how fast it goes by when I look back and how slow it seems like it will go looking forward. All I can say is I am learning, however slowly, that we have to cherish each minute and not let it just pass us by. Wish it was as easy as it sounds.

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  2. Time really goes fast. When I think back as a kid, I thought I will never become an adult, I thought I will stay forever 10. It just felt like that. And now? Time goes by, but as much your memory grows, there is still so much ahead. Every single day is like a new life, a new start. So don't look back too often, be happy about every new day.

    I once read a quote which I really like a lot: Life is not about its lenght but its intensity.

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  3. Time really does speed by and it can get you down. One thing I've heard about recently is how you only have approximately 150 months of your life remaining (minus sleep and time spent doing menile tasks). That is depressing in one way but at the same time empowering to think, ok lets make the most of each and every single month. I've started setting goals at the beginning of every month and making sure that I tick it off by the end. Never waste time!

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  4. Time does go fast.

    I feel your pain. This is also not the life I had envisioned for myself and I don't think I'll have kids either.

    Hugs.

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  5. Jen, life does seem to go by fast. I'm 49, and I don't know how I got here! My life is not everything I thought it would be, but in a lot of ways is better than I thought it would be. A lot of good things happened to me after I turned 40. A lot of good is left for you, too!

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