Fact: Every person on Earth is living in the past. This may sound like the plot of some sci-fi, time-travel thriller, but it’s actually a fact of human biology and the trickiness of time. Our brains don’t perceive events until about 80 milliseconds after they’ve happened. This fine line between the present and the past is partly why some physicists argue that there’s no such thing as “now” and that the present moment is no more than an illusion.
We were slugs today! We did get up early, which resulted in us going into the swim spa and having our morning coffee. After soaking for almost an hour, we walked the garden making mental lists of “to-do’s.” Dang, we have a lot of stuff to do!
I was pleasantly surprised when I got a text for Bran and Susie-Q (Justus), and they will be doing the Celebration of Life for Sue next month. They were one of Sue’s favorites, plus they are terrific individuals.
I like birthdays, but I think too many can kill you.
Time to dance, and the girls hit the floor first! You know you’re getting old when you have more candles on your cake than friends at your birthday party.
The birthday crowd was missing Jerry, who was home with his wife, who contracted COVID.
We returned home and crashed!