Thursday, January 28, 2010

time

60. 1. 60.1. 24. 7. 4. 12

60 seconds lasts forever when doing one footed jumps in aerobics.
1 Minute is nothing when it's time to leave for choir practice and I'm still not ready.

60 minutes flies by when I'm reading or listening to music.
An hour is an eternity when I'm ironing.

24 hours looks like a lot of time when I'm staring at my calendar.
One day is nothing when I've booked several events back to back and need space to get things ready for different event.s

7 days a week appears to be plenty of time to clean house and work on a project.
One week is a blink when we factor in church, work, and routine jobs.

4 weeks in a month: ample time for company, a project, to lose 2-3 pounds, plan a few activities.
One month: sickness, rain (more housework), yardwork, a holiday, and exhaustion

12 months of busyness.
1 year of life.

Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away. ~ James 4:14

I'm finally starting to comprehend it.

2 comments:

mrs.pabody said...

i miss you so much!

gypsy@Hebrews11:13 said...

Time flies when I'm reading blogs but slows down when I'm homeschooling. Go figure:)