Time

Where has the time gone? It doesn’t seem so long since that chilly, rainy August day when we left our son, Josh, at Carnegie Mellon University for the first time. Five days from now, I’ll be bringing him home for the summer after a wonderful year.

Where has the time gone? My daughter, Sarah, is completing her Junior year of high school. At the high school academic awards breakfast, when she was on stage as one of the Top Ten students in her class, the speaker reminded us from that group of 10, will be the Valedictorian of the Class of 2009. Sarah will graduate and on to the rest of her life.

Where has the time gone? In 20 days, I’ll have been in business for 21 years, married for 28 in 6 months, and in August, taken 58 trips around the sun.

Where has the time gone?

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5 responses to “Time

  1. Pingback: Sunrise Sunset « Notes From Neal

  2. Beautifully said. The good news is that having adult children is much more fun than I had any idea it might be.

  3. Having children is fun. They still amaze me.

  4. Time flies whether you are having fun or not. I enjoy my adult children more so than when they were younger, Grandchildren in small increments.

  5. I think time goes the same place as my socks. Somewhere in the dryer.

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