Hello and thank you for visiting. There are no photos today due to me posting from my iPad.
Mr. C and I have been reading books now that the sun is waning and the daylight hours are getting shorter. I recently bought him "The Mechanic's Tale, Life in the Pit-Lanes of Formula One" by Steve Matchett. We are both fans of Formula 1 racing and of Steve Matchett who is now one of the commentators for each race. He always is so very knowledgeable and explains things extremely well.
While reading the other evening, Mr. C stopped and asked me to listen to something. We were both so awed we read it again. I would like to share it with you. Page 35, Chapter Two 1989...
"To live is a tremendous privilege, simply to experience a little of the world and to devour the skills and ideas of those who have gone before. But life is a gift on loan, and in comparison with our surroundings, even a long, full life of a hundred years is but a passing moment. We should be resolute in enjoying the experience of the fleeting time we have, and we should try never to regret a second or waste even a moment of it in bitterness; yesterday has already gone forever."
I find these words to be very powerful and I am going to listen to them each and every day.
May you be Falling in love with all that Autumn brings...Spring for my friends across the pond.
Embracing Creative Bliss...