"Oh the wheel in the sky keeps on turnin', I don't know where I'll be tomorrow."
Wynonna Darling sat most of the afternoon on the second floor of the assisted living for seniors apartment building. She had once been a beautiful woman I thought, with lime green eyes and white hair. Her arms were strangely younger than her body. In five minutes, I learned that her husband was once the owner of an appliance store on Main Street in a small Kansas farming town. He did very well because he was the only one brave enough to open such a store but worked hard his entire life and had died two years ago. "Do you have far to travel?" she asked but before I could answer, she started the conversation over again almost word for word. Where did her tomorrow's go? Yesterday was no longer hers but her mind claimed it anyway. I do that, repeat stories. Oh no!
"Realize deeply that the present moment is all you ever have." ~Eckhart Tolle~