A Time Piece for Father Time...He's busy carving another notch on his ancient scythe,
As our tired old year washes back into eternity.
We do a countdown with our own timepieces,
And this bright and hopeful NewYear washes ashore
And laps at our feet,
Ready for our perusal.
Daylight Savings Time will be back soon
Somehow, that promises us more time…
In some time zones, anyway.
In the meantime…
Let’s indulge in some personal
Daylight Wasting Time:
I never seem to have enough time.
Time is money.
Time keeps on slippin’ a-way-ay-ee.
What time is it anyway?
Is it lunch time yet?
How do Time Lords tell time in that blue phone box?
The White Rabbit is tardy.
The mail's a little late today, too.
Life moved more slowly in Olden Times.
We all know that.
We still have The London Times
And Times Square.
I’m just marking time now with this job.
Romeo was making time with Juliet.
Time is fleeting.
Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow
creeps in this petty pace…
When the big hand is on the seven
And the little hand is on the six
It’s time for the baby’s bedtime story.
In my time it was
Howdy Doody time!
Sh, sh, now…
It’s time for you to go to sleep.
This is my favourite time of the year.
Time and time again.
Time marches on.
Soldiers sometimes march in Quick Time.
Do they call their other marching
There’s no time like the present.
It’s about time!
So many chocolates, so little time.
Spending time now
Remembering across Time…
To bring focus to today:
If you had a Time machine,
Where in Time would you visit?
When was your First Time?
Time’s a wasting.
It’s closing time.
Once upon a time…
Not this time.
Time to go.
Time flies when you’re having fun.
It’s all relative.
Today I use yesterday to create tomorrow.
Each year I do more things
For the first time and
Fewer things for the last time.
Pay attention this time…
To notice slow time.
And fast time.
And how you can decide which
Kind of time to live each part of each day.
Time embeds the memories
That create your own
Without Time we are not.
Time is our most valuable
We gotta use it or lose it.
A L L W E H A V E I S T I M E
If this isn't nice, what is?
~ Kurt Vonnegut, of course.