Thursday, 3 August 2017
Time plays a huge part in our lives. We constantly check our watches, clocks, computers, and phones for the time. We all have places to go, people to see, we arrange a time to meet and make appointments. The rate of our heart is measured by the number of beats per minute (BPM) and our transport systems run to timetables.
Cooking instructions on our TV dinners and recipes in our favourite cookbook all include times. One year finishes as another one starts, on the strike of twelve. As the clock's hands tick-tock, our lives pass, but what I'm grateful for is that you all took the time today to read my post.