Time

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clock collage

 Time does get away from us so very fast!  Having this blog helps me savor more days and I don’t say “where’s the time flying” as often as I used to. But it feels like only yesterday I was yearning for summer flowers and already it is AUGUST!  Below are some fun quotes about time.

“How you spend your time is more important than how you spend your money.

Money mistakes can be corrected, but time is gone forever. . .”

David Norris

 ~♥~

“Time is the coin of your life.

It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent.

Be careful lest you let other people spend it for you.”

Carl Sandburg

One last thought on time 🙂  probably one of my most favorites.

~ ♥ ~

“There is never enough time, unless you’re serving it.”
Malcolm Forbes

Todays Mosaic Monday is hosted by Mary at Little Red House… please stop by and see all the other Mosaics that inspire me!

TTFN~~ Claudia ♥

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August 10, 2009 at 12:03 am | Mosaic | 20 comments

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20 responses to “Time”

  1. Ebie says:

    Claudia, I love this post.  Time is precious.     Love the different quotes.  Its now August, where did time go?  Happy MM!

  2. Riet says:

    Beautiful clocks. What a wonderful idea for a great mosaic.

  3. Sue says:

    Claudia, How often do we waste time? Never to be retrieved…  I need to be more mindful of what is happening in my life…..   I love your mosaic of the clock faces….
    🙂 Sue

  4. pam says:

    What a wonderful compilation of clocks..

  5. Sherry says:

    Oh what a really,really neat mosaic and I love how you added the quotes. Very creative.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Sherry

  6. Fantastic mosaic! And I loved the quotes! Great post!
    Have a great week!
    <i><b>~Really Rainey~</i></b>

  7. olivia says:

    Fantastic idea for a mosaic! And the quotes are wonderful.

  8. Time is flying…wait all year for summer, and Aug 10th already!

  9. ellen b says:

    Love all these clocks in your mosaic. I was thinking about time today mowing the lawn and seeing falling leaves already. Time slips by so fast. It’s good to enjoy today :0)
    Have a great week…

  10. suzie says:

    Okay, you just keep stepping it up another notch each post. . .This was very unique and of course the quotes make it that much better, what a creative girl you are!!! Love, love your mosiac. . .

  11. mary says:

    Oh what a wonderful post — pictures and words both!   Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful images at Mosaic Monday. 🙂

  12. Lovely mosaic.  Love the clock faces, they do indeed remind us that tempus fugit!
    Cass

  13. Puna says:

    I love clocks! Doesn’t explain why I’m never on time:)

  14. I love old clocks – great mosaic!

  15. Candy says:

    Time is something I seem to spend a lot of in blogland, but what a fun time I have 😉 thanks for the visits. Hope to see ya back for my Tuesday posts…anyTIME would be fine 😉

  16. Carol says:

    Thank you so much for your comments. Your photography is beautiful. I don’t understand feeds yet or I would subscribe to yours!

  17. Lori E says:

    I find time flies quickest when I am on the computer going through blogs. Uh oh. That isn’t good is it?
    I love the look of the old clocks. Makes me think of time gone by.

  18. Love that last quote by Malcolm Forbes!
    Great mosaic…

  19. Christine says:

    Hi Claudia! Beautiful photos of summer and the clocks. Love the quotes too. Thanks for calling me back to your Parisian post. I have seen it before, I saw my comment there and was about to leave another one but there is no place for it. It is very pretty!…Christine

  20. Morning T says:

    I love clocks and you found some fabulous ones Claudia- great post!

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