TIME: the one thing that we always want more of but never seem to be able to get. There are so many idioms and proverbs about time.
If you had more time what would you do? Would you use it to work more? Would you use it to volunteer somewhere? Would you spend it lazing around and catching up on sleep? I think that I would spend it wisely and enjoy the things in life that make me happy. Family, museums, walks in the park…….
Well, last week I posed an important question. Were you able to get it?
WHAT DO YOU DO?
This question is about your job or profession. When asked this question, I always answer: ‘I am a teacher’.
WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
This question is about your current activity. When asked this question, the answer is always different. At the moment, I am writing my blog. I am sitting at my desk and I am typing.
Back to that magical thing called TIME.
When you talk about time, you talk about the past, the present and the future. What is the difference between the following sentences?
I went to the shop three hours ago.
I went to the shop three hours before.
I will go to the shop in three hours.
I will go to the shop three hours later.
Good luck and see you IN ONE WEEK!