Catch Time

It’s time for my first post of 2012! Wee Hee!  The message of TIME has surrounded me for weeks now – so it’s time for….. (fill in the blank). Time is the 4th dimension of our physical existence called a “lifetime.” 😀

The title of this post is to recommend Time Catcher by Rob MacGregor. FABULOUS STORY! Loved it, will reread.

An ancient Hopi prophecy…the end of the Fourth World … a mysterious ruin…and a window between worlds. 

Mystery, mayhem, magic, time travel, a touch of romance and a fascinating and thought provoking ending. I learned at the end that there are 3 previous Will Lanza Mysteries: Prophecy Rock, Hawk Moon, and Double Heart.

Here’s a great piece of advice for the new year, coming to you from Seth Godin:

The artificiality of time

Until the transcontinental railroad, there were no time zones. Each village kept its own time, based on its own steeple and its own high noon. And why not? There was no good reason to go through the pain of coordinating the clocks.

Factory work forced us all to know exactly what time it was. The shift couldn’t start until the foreman and the workers were ready to go. Synchronicity paid big dividends, so we embraced it.  (… more on his blog…)

Celebrate New Year’s when you want to, and as often as you choose. They’re your resolutions, not ours.

With the shift from 2011 to 2012 have come a plethora of comments from friends, family, bloggers and writers regarding how glad they are 2011 is done. It was a wild ride for many who feel they are in a better and brighter place. For others it was a turbulent year but they are hopeful for lighter days ahead.

For some reason the lyrics, “Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket, never let it fade away” is cycling through my head now. If we can catch falling stars, we certainly can catch time too.

Feel free to share anything about time in the comments.

About Terri Patrick
Writer of Romance and Memoir. Life is an adventure, take that journey.

2 Responses to Catch Time

  1. Trish says:

    You captured Time Catcher, Terri. I just love that book ( all bias aside as the wife of the author, ha!) Thanks for the mention! And time…well, tick tock tick tock may not have much relevance these days, right?

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