Lately I have been thinking a lot about time with the new year starting its something I think about a lot. For Christmas I recived a beautiful wood watch from my girlfriend which I’m simply in love with as its something I have wanted for years. This gift got me more focused on time and intrested in watches as well, so my place has been a lot of me fixing old watches replacing batteries, putting on new bands and the like. While I don’t wear my new watch all the time, it’s too nice and I don’t want to mess it up, I have been wearing a watch of some sort more regularly lately. It keeps me more focused on time and reminds me not to waste. As I get older I know this for sure, time will pass with increasing speed. While away visiting good friends in Vermont I was able to spend time with their wonderful children and if I ever need to reminded to stay in the moment and use time to the fullest I find that children and busy parents are the best teachers.
I hope we all remember to use our time more wisely this year, I know I will try.
Peace Love Das
Thanks for being so amazing with the boys, Scott. You have already figured out one of the biggest challenges of parenting, which is giving yourself (and your family) the gift of your undivided attention. It’s not easy to do so all the time, but I’m always so glad when I get it right because it is just so rewarding to be with them in the moment. That’s a lot of what that book I mentioned (Everyday Blessings) covers. Today, Marley and I spent 30 minutes pretending he was the mailman, putting Christmas cards into a bag. You are the bestest.
Awww thanks and I’d if I was amazing with the boys or just hanging out with my friends
Spending time with my family, is time well spent