The Moments

The people I call friends will tell you I have moments. I can see the eye rolls and grins on my friend’s faces now. (Grin.) My moments can range from any sort of news good or bad in writing or daily life. For the good I scream, effervesce and all around make a fool of myself. I celebrate my own news but go nuts over the news of my friends. I know some probably suffer temporary hearing loss from my screaming. LOL. I’ve even been known to do a dance. Butt shaking and all. I send cards for releases, news and just because. Yeah I am a sap. For the bad moments I curse, cry and support with them. Then we talk about it and come up with another plan.

You’re probably wondering why I am telling you all this. Well because I read something the other day that made me realize that there are a lot of moments that people shrug off and just let pass. Life is too short not to dance at each victory and think on the failures then dust yourself off and move on. It’s the moments that keep us going. The moments that define who we are. Each second of a day there is a moment. Now I am not saying that you should dance each second but when you get that next promotion, compliment from someone, book contract, book release, or any number of things take a moment to acknowledge it is someway.

I shared a moment with a friend the other day and was glad they chose me to share it with. There was butt shaking, screaming and all in between going on. LOL.

The moments in life are precious and should be acknowledged. I make sure that I take time for my moments because I don’t ever want to forget how blessed I am to be able to have moments.

What are some of your moments?

Taige Crenshaw
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2 Responses to The Moments

  1. Alice Anderson

    You know, I couldn’t agree more. Moments are like snapshots in time, only you don’t need a camera to remember the place, time, and how you felt. I had a moment just yesterday, walking through the park as the sun was setting with my hubby and dog. Dog was ridiculously happy, as we’d never walked that path before. I love making those two boys happy. 🙂

  2. Pam S

    Taige, just wanted to stop by and say I really enjoyed your post :)!

    I seem to be sentimental so have lots of moments, and I tend to remember the smallest things at the oddest of times. I get even more sappy during the holidays ;).

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