Line, Interrupted




Are You Sure You Want to Save the Changes?

Before we close a file, the program asks “Are you sure you want to save the changes?”

Someone said we should ask the same question at the end of each day, before we close it. Are we sure we want to save the changes… to ourselves, to our lives. Are they worth keeping? Or is it a day we can discard, like changes to a file we don’t want to save?


Someone else said, “In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.”

Am I sure I want to save the changes? It’s not always an easy question. For today, I am happy to add this post.


Catching the Last Light of Day on the Way Home



I’m rushing home
Back where I belong

This was what I wanted
I got it all and more

But times they have changed
Or was it me that did

Too much time has passed
I’m trying to get back

The light is fading fast
The day is running out

I’m rushing home
Before the light is gone

Back where I belong
Before the days are gone