Flewn Time

I often look for the answer to the question…

“How did it get so late so soon?”

Does anyone know?

It’s almost December, three weeks and five days before Christmas.

We haven’t seen much snow.

Why do the days go by so fast?

Does anyone see?

Until January 1st, when time seems to stop around here.

Most northerners will agree.

Why does Saturday suddenly turn to Monday?

Does anyone care?

We need another weekend day to finish what we started.

Having plenty of time is rare.

Why is the work day long and the evening short?

Does anyone feel the same?

There’s never enough time for laundry and blogging and Star Trek marathons.

Time always wants to play this game.

How did it get so late so soon?

Can anyone explain?

The intricacies of flewn time and opportunity gone with the wind.

Another day down the drain.


This post has been brought to you by time and Dr. Seuss. It has also been brought to you by Linda G. Hill’s “One-Liner Wednesday.” All you need to play along every week is an awesome one-liner and follow a few rules. Birds on a wire are not required, but make sure you link back today’s post to HERE so the rest of us #1linerweds peeps can read it.

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30 responses to Flewn Time

  1. Dan Antion says:

    Impossible questions, but the do need to be answered. I’ll be in a risk management meeting all morning. I can tell you, that will not be flewn time. That will be turtle time, at best.

    “Why does Saturday suddenly turn to Monday?”

    That might be the hardest question to answer.

    Have a great day, Mary. I hope time flies while you’re at work and then slows to a crawl.

    • bikerchick57 says:

      I have a meeting as well, but it should be a worthy one. I have the feeling it will be 3:30 before everyone can check their cell phone. I would say have fun with the risk Mgmt meeting, but…well…

      Is it Saturday yet?

      • Dan Antion says:

        It’s not and for the first time in umpteen weeks, I don’t have Friday off 😦

        I hope 3:30 comes soon.

    • Joanne Sisco says:

      I’m so sorry Dan. I used to be responsible for Risk Management, and I’m sure most people felt that way about meetings with me 😕 Hope the morning flies by!

      • Dan Antion says:

        As if the morning climb on a Wednesday wasn’t hard enough. I know it’s important, but 3-4 hours of anything is a grind. At least they had (coffee) cake.

  2. Joanne Sisco says:

    You’ve captured my anxiety now that I’m home and I have the realization that Christmas is breathing down my neck and I’ve done NOTHING.
    Hopefully time will take a leisurely approach in December. I need equal parts of procrastination and frantic activity time.

  3. dweezer19 says:

    Because we are forever looking forward or back, rarely in the now moment. In Costa Rica, time seemed to stand still. I felt my heartbeat slow down and beat in time with Nature. There IS a difference, to be sure.

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Your are correct, Cheryl. I am always in the future and stressing about what hasn’t happened yet. It may be time to get back to yoga so I can have at least an hour in the present.

  4. LindaGHill says:

    Haha! I love it! 😀 For me, it’s the same every year – I’m never ready for Christmas to come.

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Many of us have the same feeling of not being ready, even if we are. Take it easy on yourself, Linda, and enjoy the next few weeks.

      • LindaGHill says:

        I’m going to try. I’m letting my work schedule relax a little until January. I need the break. 😛 Thanks for your warm support. 🙂 ❤

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Thank you so much for the re-blog! I would say more, but I have to flew to my Wednesday ladies’ group, a/k/a Meeting of the Minds. Have a great evening!

      • J-Dub says:

        You spoke for an entire legion! Enjoy your meeting of the minds. I’m off to book club!!

  5. joey says:

    We are all with you in spirit!

    “Why does Saturday suddenly turn to Monday?” — That’s the worst one for me. I feel that way when I have a job, when I don’t have a job, when The Mister has a job, when he doesn’t have a job, when the kids have school, when they don’t have school. Bleh.

    PS: I beg you to read the last bit of my Monday post, for I have posted something just for you 🙂

  6. ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!
    Time … it’s a beastly thing and I have made the decision to dislike it. So much so that I have silenced the very expensive Cuckoo Clock (which I practically begged for, for several years) simply because the constant ticking as the pendulem swayed to and fro, and reminded me that time was ticking away … tick … tick…. tick … tick … ARGGGH!!!!

    Love this post and the work you put into it. You clever thing!
    ~ Cobs. xx

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Hugs and squidges for you Cobs. You are so kind with your comments. I have two questions though. If the cuckoo clock doesn’t make a noise, does time really pass? Can it still make a noise in the forest?

      • Now how is this a fair question to ask of a mentally challenged person with only one brain cell? Hmmmm???

        The cuckoo clock? … time stands still. As it jolly well should! I’m only 7 and a half years old, and I will never grow any older than my inner child. 😀

        Can it still make a noise in the forest? Nobody knows!
        LOLOL ~ Cobs. xxx

  7. joem18b says:

    so you wrote this way back in 2017. already into march 2018. seemed to get here pretty quick.

    cheers.

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