Time matters

I wrote this for Ashley Nixon’s blog, she is a third level student from the U.S.A. Her blog is cool and fun.

She also did a guest post on my blog here.

Here is an extract from what I wrote form her blog: 

“I wish it was Friday,” this was my constant wish when I was in school. Then, when I was in college it was; “I wish it was rag week* already.” In my twenties it changed as my friends got engaged, I would wish on their engagement rings; “I wish I was grown up enough to get married.” Before I knew it I was in my thirties, working in a job I detested, in a city I hated, with people I would not even break bread wishing; “I wish I could retire.”

My life – up to a few months ago – was spent with me was wishing it away. Of course the TV helped. At the end of a school, college, work day I would numb it all by watching some TV. Until one day….I was studying for my post graduate Irish exam and something about the language made my brain click. I started to…………..READ MORE HERE

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Published by Michelle Moloney King

Bookish and paintish! Mother, wife, teacher, and follower of flow.

7 thoughts on “Time matters

  1. Lads thank you all so much, I love getting comments.

    Jazzygal,
    Cheers, that means a lot.

    Xavier,
    You Sir, rock! I love your comments and your blog. I was telling Mr. King about something I saw on your blog and am on my way there now.

    Hi 120s,
    Cheers, that means so much as I love your blog and the content you write about.

    Onwards
    Michelle

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  2. I love how naturally you write and about things that are relevant to us all. Yes, you are absolutely right about wishing our lives away and I was definitely guilty of that in my younger years. I am in my fifties now and don't know where all the years have gone. Like you I have found a creative outlet in writing which is something I had never thought about up until Christmas last year and now here I am blogging on a daily basis from a number of sites including the one that is closest to my heart which is my newly created Spirit Whisperer website.

    There are however only two writers I have found interesting enough to subscribe to their blog and you were the first. The other one is Aleta Edwards who is a psychologist in USA but unlike all the others I have read she, like you, is down to earth and writes from the heart. Thank you Michelle.

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