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TORY RICHARDS

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Do you think as we get older that we appreciate life more? I've been thinking about that a lot lately. Wondering why it seems some people just don't care, or realize how fragile it is. That's apparent by the poor little critters I see littering the side of the interstate on my way to and from work every day. I know you can cause an accident by braking to avoid an animal, last night my hubby and I had to make that heart-breaking decision not to. But I can't help but question, how do so many end up on the side of the road? Sometimes I wonder if people purposely swerve over to the shoulder to run over them. It's an awful thought. Don't try and tell me that they crawl to the side and die. Not all of them do.

Not the big turtle I saw today...

2 comments:

Beverly said...

I too wonder sometimes. I wonder too why it seems that everyone is in such a hurry ~ isn't life too short to always be rushing? I guess perhaps I wonder this because I am getting old. I remember moving faster when I was younger - I think that life just gets in the way, we have too much to do and not enough time and we forget to take the time to appreciate the natural wonders around us. I think it starts around 17 and lasts until about 35. Then we start seeing the beauty again.

Tory Richards said...

I think you might be right, Beverly. However for me I didn't begin to slow down until I was 50. I'd made slowing down my New Year's resolution that year and at 55 now I can honestly say I've kept it.

I always appreciated life, though.