365 Creativity Project-Day 362

Journal entry:

Journal 1-5-20130001

Passing Moments

The time
We spend or waste
Never returns to us,
It is a river we cannot
Wade into or swim through ever again
For it flows fast away without
Leaving us any trace
But lines on our

Jo Ann J. A. Jordan
Saturday, January 5, 2013





I am grateful:

1.   My sleep was undisturbed last night.
2.   The GPS helped me get to my destination.
3.   The lady at Champ’s Clock Shop told me I can return anytime I like and take more pictures.
4.   Jeremy and Christy did not mind my stopping by.
5.   Outlook was malfunctioning, but it seems to have begun working properly again.

My Saturday was rather busy, I hope your day was pleasant. I suggest you take time to create before you end your day. Every time you make something you add value to our world. We need your contribution if you are willing to create it.

As a prompt, write about a clock, watch, or time that has had influence on your life. I remember a black crazy cat clock that was in my room from a very young age. Its tail counted the moments of my days. Perhaps you remember a particular timepiece… Write a story, poem, journal entry, or whatever comes to your mind. If you use this prompt, leave a link to your work in the comments below.

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Jo Ann

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  1. #1 by katiegirl06460 on January 5, 2013 - 10:04 pm

    Wonderful pictures. I love your breakfast selections…:) I go into withdrawls when Outlook doesn’t work (It usually means there is too many emails in the box)

    • #2 by Jo Ann J. A. Jordan on January 6, 2013 - 12:30 am

      Katie, I am glad you like the pictures. I was not sure how good they were. I really should not eat Oreos for breakfast, but I love them. Outlook does weird things from time to time. If there were another email program that worked for my needs I would not use Outlook. I am quite sure I have too many email, but I am not ready to purge the system just now. Maybe I will get to it someday soon. It will take hours. I have almost 10,000 read email in the inbox and probably 30,000 in my folders. I tend to collect a lot of email.

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