Sometimes I can't believe that I've been married 7 years. I still remember our wedding like it was yesterday.
Isn’t it frightening how fast time passes?
There are these particular moments that stand out in my mind—memories that have made a lasting impact on me… but the rest is like a blurry movie until that one awesome scene comes into focus.
I realize this is completely off topic of breast implants, but I just want to admit that I have a fear of losing those blurry parts of my life. At the very least, I’m certain they hold great meaning and purpose, because it’s those out-of-focus moments that take me from one great memory to the next.
I heard a great quote the other day...
“The days are long, but the years are short.”
It's so true. A personal goal of mine is to take time to appreciate each day. To really sit, reflect, and give thanks for something that happened, regardless of how small it may seem. In this way, I can ensure that I am keeping thanksgiving in my heart, and that I have held each day accountable for teaching and leading me to that next great memory.