No one has more time than you. We are all allotted 24 hours in a day. I am always saying where did the time go? It just flies by. No, not really, a clock is steady, it is like weeds they work or grow 24/7 as the saying goes.
There are people who can manage their time better than others. I have known folk who planned their driving to allow for their med pick ups, gas fill ups and grocery buying so one flowed to the other without any back tracking. For some folk, living out of town teaches economy.
Funny some folk will pay for 30-60 minutes at a gym to exercise then fight for a parking place as close to the door of a business as possible.
I knew an administrator who trained his body for bowel movements at 6:30 in the mornings so his day would not be interrupted. He started it early in his life by sitting on a commode at 6:15 each morning and waited the urge. That may sound crude, but some folk are that dedicated to saving time.
I spent a lot of time in the military. An E-3 is a very low rank. I spent 8 years as E-3 and below. I follow orders and instructions very well. I have my computer order me to exercise twice a day. Most of the time I comply. I tell my self, DO IT, you aren’t accomplishing much else.
My training was GET DRESSED when you get up. The military did not encourage bath robes or nite shirts. Neither did my dad, in the parsonage if you were up, you were dressed. (Anyone could drop by!)
The best use of time is a compromise between the military and common sense. Now that I am retired, I don’t manage time well and things do slip up on me. We plan to leave North Carolina Monday, and because of some unforeseen circumstances, I am pushing it. Ever have a preacher or speaker say, ‘in closing’ and continue 20-30 minutes more. YOu then start thinking about time.
Good TIME? .. There is no ‘GOOD TIME’ for a washer to quit or a commode to malfunction. How you handle the unexpected shows your self control, me? I am prone to say a bad word. but I still handle it. (I guess we all do).
I do appreciate you stopping by. I know you have better things to do. So I do certainly appreciate you allowing me to share a few minutes of your time.
‘35 Studebaker from ‘Color Purple’ I think.
Love the Rumble seat!