Ordinary Time

When I was a child, I hated reading in the bulletin that a Sunday was designated as “ordinary time.” It meant there was no special holiday, nothing to celebrate or to look forward to. It is only in the past year that I have learned to appreciate ordinary time. There is a comfortable pleasure in days with no surprises, when everything proceeds as it should, no fuss, no rush, no bother. Those days are rare now and I cherish them. What luxury to have a whole peaceful day to write, a cup of coffee on my desk, and a cat on my lap! Uninterrupted time to read is even better! I guess things have turned around. What was once ordinary is now unique and treasured, a small oasis of quiet, in a constant flurry of activity.

About fairysockmother

I am a Harper Voyager, UK author. Among Wolves, the first in an adult fantasy trilogy was released 2015. Grim Tidings followed in 2016 and Before Winter concludes the series in 2017! I have 19 traditionally published children's books including: the Abby and the Book Bunch series and a 2 Readers' Theater series both published through Magic Wagon, a division of the ABDO Group, at www.abdopublishing.com. My first picture book, "The Christmas Cats" was released by Pelican Publishing in 2011. I have reviewed YA material for VOYA magazine for almost 28 years. Follow me on Twitter as FairySockmother and visit my website: www.nancykwallace.com.
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1 Response to Ordinary Time

  1. Debby Cella says:

    Perfectly stated!

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