Monday, July 7, 2014

Together, happily

"I had always wanted to learn to live in the moment, but it seemed a great mystery.  photo DSC01524.jpgHaving my daughter and becoming an unschooler, I finally get it! Most days, anyway... I'm not worried about the future, or fussing over the past. We are living together, happily, every day. What a nice way to be."
—Amy Kidwell
photo by Sandra Dodd

1 comment:

  1. Doh! I first left the original error in, above.

    The day she wrote that, I responded:

    Amy, I'm quoting you in the January 11, 2013 post. I'm not sure whether you meant to write
    " learn to be alive in the moment" or
    " learn to live in the moment" or
    " learn to be live" (the adjective "live" as in live TV, live theatre, live wire)
    but then I realize any of them work, and the set of three can work together. :-)

    I liked your comment.

    and Amy said "' learn to live in the moment' is what I meant, but I like all three translations."


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