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Thursday, January 1, 2015

Where Did The Time Go?


“What happens, happens. It's permanent,  forever lost in history. There's no turning back … time stops for no one. Cherish the moment it is passing by at the speed of life” Unknown


There’s nothing that marks the passing of time so well or hits home harder than having to have a new passport photo taken. It’s not that 2014 has gone by in the blink of an eye but that the last five years have passed in  merely a breath. My passport is up for renewal. Who is that ‘old’ person in the new photo … where did the time go?




"Do not grow old, no matter how long you live. Never cease to stand like curious children before the great mystery into which you were born."    Albert Einstein


May 2015 bring only happy memories that leave you feeling like a child. May you never cease to play.

And ... sometimes change is good! 
I started this blog 5 years ago and like my passport, it was time to renew it. 

16 comments:

  1. Time flies by indeed. Happy New Year, Karen. All the best from SonjaM

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    1. Thanks Sonja - and to you and Rolland, Happy New Year.

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  2. Happy New Year! Looking forward to see what adventures you get up to in '15!

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  3. A nice touch with the photo collages.

    Your passport photo is only 5 years old, our stay good for 10 years, now that can make a difference in photos.

    Happy New Year.

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    1. Happy New Year to you and Brad as well ... we can now renew our passports for 10 years as well ... Think I will do that but you are right that will make the next renewal even more frightening!

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  4. VStar Lady, yep, in the blink of an eye, we now have teenagers raiding the fridge here at the house....I wonder what happened to the cute boys that used to want to ride with their old man in the sidecar....

    Happy New Year!

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    1. Happy New Year Dom ... enjoy the teenage years soon they'll be gone.

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  5. I don't even like to think how fast time flies any more - too depressing. :)
    Happy New Year Karen, and perhaps we'll actually manage to meet up at the Perth Timmies this year.

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  6. Happy New Year Canajun ... and the worst of it, did you know your ears never stop growing? Could end up looking like Dumbo if we live long enough. Here's to the 2015 riding season and meeting up.

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  7. Happy New Year to you and family. And, not to rub it in or anything (;-) ALOHA

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  8. Just as we are about to be hit with freezing rain and snow and rain and cold ... thanks for rubbing it in =) Enjoy your vacation in the sun.

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  9. I look forward to your next post , and the days slowly lengthen , and the sun climbs .
    Before we know it we will be waking them up again. Don

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    1. Thanks Don. The lengthening days do make me want to smile, I know it will be soon. (And poof there goes another year!)

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  10. Aloha from the left coast. (Van Isl) Season starts here in a couple of weeks, tho some folks ride year round (crazies lol). Looking forward to following your adventures in 2015. Ride safe.Cheers. Al

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  11. Thanks for stopping by Al ... Sometimes I'm jealous of you west cost"eners" ...

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