Wednesday, July 17, 2013


The seconds fly by much faster than minutes and hours.  That essentially is the basic construction for the second to move faster than the minute and the hour.  And sometimes, it's the basic job for the invention of the second to give the impression that time is moving faster than it truly is.  Yes, the minute and the hour will eventually reach the intended destination, however, the minute sort of takes time to develop and the hour prefers the scenic route.  The second however is always in a rush to go from here to there.  And no matter how hard the second tries to slow down to enjoy the passage of time, the second always ends up in a frantic rush to reach it's destination.  And so ends the brief lifespan of the second and it's existence on Earth. 
And as I'm lost in thought while looking at the clock, here are some photos of Gwen Stefani.



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