They say, “You do so much.”
I say, “There’s no time to lose.”
Just today, my father reminded me that since I was a very little girl, I’ve always been cognizant of death.
I questioned, I wondered, and I experienced it’s effects when my friend Ruth passed away at 11 years-old from leukemia.
I’ll never forget the size of that tiny coffin or the banner the budding artist made of felt for her funeral. The one she was unable to fully finish.
I’ll never forget the look on her mother’s face then and 20 years later when I saw her again. The guilt I felt for still living.
And I haven’t forgotten that life is not to be taken for granted, but to be lived.
There’s no time to waste! There’s no time to lose!
We know not of tomorrow so we celebrate today for the gift it is.