I suspect the feeling that time is slipping away is a common one to many of us, especially those of us who write.
Anyway, last week ended up being a lot busier than usual, but in a good way. To recap:
On Sunday afternoon and evening, Nomi and I attended a wedding.
On Monday afternoon, Labor Day, we attended a barbecue.
On Tuesday evening, we attended a sheva brachos for the couple that got married on Sunday.
On Wednesday, we attended the Recognition Ceremony wherein I received my Certificate in Publishing from Boston University.
|Certificate in Publishing
Michael's Certificate in Publishing, suitable for framing. Photo copyright ©2008 by Michael A. Burstein.
On Thursday evening, we attended a bris at Kadimah-Toras Moshe, as two good friends of ours from the shul have just had a baby son.
Friday night began shabbat, of course, and we had an invitation out to dinner at the apartment of some close friends.
Shabbat morning we went to services; for lunch, we attended a large gathering to celebrate the birthday of a close friend.
Saturday night, we played Dungeons & Dragons (fourth edition) with a group of friends.
Yesterday, we ran a few errands, which included visiting with some friends in the middle of the day. Also, I did laundry.
So I look back at last week, and I ask myself, where did the time go?