Unfortunately, the clock is ticking, the hours are going by. The past increases, the future recedes. Possibilities decreasing, regrets mounting. ~~Haruki Murakami
To be clear, this is not a quote that describes my life. For the most part, I grab the possibilities as they fly by and I have very few regrets. I accept what I cannot do, because I understand I cannot do everything and really try hard to do everything that I can do to the best of my ability.
It is hard to believe that I have been in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea for a month. Time is moving very quickly. I do love it when time goes fast, even when I am trying to slow down. I have a feeling though that as fast as my time goes here, at times it will feel like time is passing very, very slowly. It’s a small island with not a lot of modern amenities.
However, that does not bother me and as a matter of fact, I believe that this will give me some great opportunities to do some of the things that I keep putting off. Art, blogging, writing, cooking, and working on personal health goals always seem to take a back seat to other more important (less important) work taskings and life in general. I am super, excited about the new possibilities that will no longer fly by but start drifting by slow enough for me to catch them. To catch them, ponder them, work on them, and re-imagine them.
Round the world I go as my world goes round.. round.. round… still a little girl in a big, big world.. that seems to get just a little smaller each year.Little tour round my neighborhood. Hope you enjoy!
Inspired by: ailsa’s blog wheresmybackpackMore fun posts to read… if you only had the time. Thanks for stopping by.