Time is truly a precious commodity. It’s here, then it’s gone. Most of our regrets in life revolve around spending time differently or about what we didn’t do.
Today I regret that I don’t have more time with my grandmother and that I didn’t do more with her.
She is gone now and with her goes her stores of different days, the stories of her family—of my family—what she did as a kid, and about the changes in the world that happened in her 84 years.
What I don’t regret is the time I did spend with her and the things I did do with her. It was time well spent.