Don’t Cheat Your Own Bank Account



I was going to put together an entirely different take on today’s post until I came across this quote by chance and I thought, ‘Hmm…this seems fitting for the daily word prompt.  Maybe it was meant to be.’  And so, I thought that I would share it with you.  I love the way it is worded, and though I have written about the importance of ‘making the most of each day’ before, this is an interesting way to interpret and breakdown our gift of time–I never thought of it in this way before.  I hope that it resonates with you in some way.


(This quote comes from Marc Levy’s book, “If Only It Were True”, which I have not read, but sounds excellent.  The entirety of it is written below.)


 I apologize for the size of the text underneath the picture.  Apparently part of my 86, 400 seconds of time today was destined to have a little bit of trouble getting these images to work for me.  Hopefully, you can read everything okay.  I’d spend more of seconds sorting it out, but there is a garden fresh zucchini that is waiting to be turned into a scrumptious chocolate cake.  Surely, you understand that I mustn’t keep it waiting any longer;-).   




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