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Time To Get Out And Play

July 21, 2012
By Sarah Hatfield , The Post-Journal

It's that time of year, or perhaps it's just that time, when it seems best to measure life in moments rather than minutes or days or hours. Our measures of time are mundane, ordinary, unremarkable. Moments take your breath away, tattoo themselves on your mind, or connect you deeply to a place, person, or event. As the summer season wanes, we feel this urge to collect, to savor, to enjoy everything more. Maybe it stems from some inborn sense that a colder, bleaker season is coming. Not only must we cache food and firewood, we must cache memories of moments to combat the restlessness and uncertainty of winter.

 
 

 

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