Updated: Nov 22, 2020
DAYS 19 & 20
Time... Where does it go? It seems to stand still when one is waiting in line, or sitting in the waiting room at a doctor's office. On the other hand, one can spend an hour or two scrolling through Facebook, yet it seems like 5 minutes, or doing your favorite activity with your favorite people, it seems to fly by.
We all have 24 hours, or 1,440 minutes or 86,400 seconds, to spend each day. if you want to track how much time you spend doing something, set a timer for what you need to do or get done. For example, set a timer for 10 minutes to empty the dishwasher and refill it. Did you get it done with time to spare, or were you needing a few minutes more? Set a timer for 10 minutes to scroll through Social Media, or post for your business page or profile. How many posts did you actually read or get posted in the time allotted?
It's not that we need more time, it is that we need to manage our time diligently, as each minute we've been given is a gift.
I know on my busiest days, there are ample opportunities to save or conserve time. If I'm mindful of it, I can get through the day with time to spare. It doesn't happen everyday, but it happens more than it used to. Giving my daily calendar to God each morning asking Him to direct my steps and establish them, seems to work well for me. I accomplish much on the days that I am diligent to do this.
How much time do you have today to accomplish what you need or want to?
Speaking of time, I'm a day behind on the blog, so here's to catching up!
Today I'm grateful for:
Wisdom I didn't have a year ago
Today - it was a good one
My friend faring well after chemo
The opportunity to work from home, or wherever I find myself
Vegan Lettuce wraps
Turban Squash - It's what's for dinner tomorrow
Songs that inspire me
Laughing - I like to laugh
Christmas lights on houses
Yard Christmas decorations
Sunshiny days in November
Rain on a warm day
Today I'm grateful for:
Trees that still have leaves on them in November
The Gathering Place - Such a great concept and design
High rise buildings - I think they're cool
Baby giggles - best sound ever
Baby faces - so sweet and funny
Life and the beauty it holds
Organizations that help the homeless and down and out
Adoption - I have a new grand baby because of it
The selflessness and sacrifice of Avra's first mom, choosing Megan and Matt to be his parents
The gift Avra's story is and will continue to be
Silent Auctions - the suspense and competition is exhilarating
Lives that are changed because people care enough to love
My Pastor friends in Sioux Falls - they are pretty amazing people
Bebe - Avra, Addy and Livy's other grandma
Beth and Doug- Emma, Jude and Lucille, other South Dakota grand parents
Mark and Joni - All my grands Oklahoma grand parents
Granny and Poppy - Emma's Arizona grand parents
Grandmas Betty and Pat and Grandpa Curt - The South and North Dakota Great Grand parents to Emma, Jude and Lucille
The Gaggle of cousins my grands have in their lives