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By Glen
@glenniah (1201)
Mandurah, Australia
November 7, 2015 8:04am CST
I have been home for a few days and today I determined I would blog on MyLot. I arose at 9am after having slept 12 hours. Shared breakfast under the patio in the sunshine with Diesel Dog. On the way to my computer I passed the study and decided to do a little bit of cleaning up and minimalizing all my papers and such. Suddenly it was 2pm and time for lunch. Then I had a visitor and when she left at 4pm it was time to take Diesel out for his walk. Honestly, I don't know where the time has gone but I do know it is 10.01pm here and I want to complete one discussion before midnight. Tried to send a photo of a lovely sunset we saw on our walk tonight, but it was not to be.
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@valmnz (12769)
• New Zealand
10 Nov 15
You probably needed a day like that to relax. This is where my days disappear if I'm not careful.
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@glenniah (1201)
• Mandurah, Australia
11 Nov 15
@valmnz True Val. And even tonight I have tried to write and my story keeps disappearing
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@dodoazo (17875)
• Philippines
11 Nov 15
There is no place home. We have a lot of things to do when we are home from cleaning the surroundings, to washing the dishes, to cooking meals.
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@glenniah (1201)
• Mandurah, Australia
11 Nov 15
@dodoazo I mostly just unpacked and washed my clothes and had a take away for dinner. hehe
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@dodoazo (17875)
• Philippines
12 Nov 15
@glenniah It is time to wash them while listening of an easy-listening music.
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@glenniah (1201)
• Mandurah, Australia
15 Nov 15
@dodoazo That sounds like a plan
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@Beatburn (3912)
• Philippines
11 Nov 15
I catch myself sometimes in a hurry, afraid that my time will run out. So much to do!
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@glenniah (1201)
• Mandurah, Australia
11 Nov 15
@Beatburn It seems to be happening more and more for me
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@Beatburn (3912)
• Philippines
12 Nov 15
@glenniah We are becoming a people in a hurry.
@allknowing (63638)
• India
11 Nov 15
When the day passes quickly it is a good sign that there is interesting activity in one's life. Diesel must be great as a companion. All dogs are.
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@glenniah (1201)
• Mandurah, Australia
11 Nov 15
@allknowing Agreed, Time passed as I enjoyed the moments. Diesel Dog is a really lovely companion
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@JudyEv (121545)
• Bunbury, Australia
10 Nov 15
I can understand how time slips away. You must have got really absorbed in what you were doing.
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@glenniah (1201)
• Mandurah, Australia
11 Nov 15
@JudyEv How does it happen that time slips away. I always thought I had a firm grip on time, but now not so much. :0)
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@Rollo1 (16651)
• Boston, Massachusetts
8 Nov 15
Time blows by me so quickly, I don't even catch the breeze from it.
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@glenniah (1201)
• Mandurah, Australia
11 Nov 15
There is a breeze. Why did I not know this?
@deafdiva (243)
• United States
7 Nov 15
It is really easy to be distracted and have time fly by!
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@glenniah (1201)
• Mandurah, Australia
11 Nov 15
@deaffova Too easy, methinks :0)
@LadyDuck (152705)
• Switzerland
7 Nov 15
Some days the time flies and we realize that we have not done so much after all.
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@glenniah (1201)
• Mandurah, Australia
11 Nov 15
@LadyDuck This is so true. I have recently posted and even find that the post is not here. Perhaps time flew and took it away from me
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