The Girl Who Hated Tomorrow

Forever is composed of nows – Emily Dickenson

When I was a kid, the worst thing someone could say to me was, “tomorrow”. I wanted everything to be done today. I still feel the same way. It’s so hard for me to wait for anything at all.
But accomplishments and progress can only be achieved through steps.
One has to accept the fact that there isn’t anything more to do at times.
I played at a hospital today. I went from room to room and played on my guitar and sang.
Question; if you could do anything at all today, and there were no limits imposed on you whatsoever, what would you do? Would you sleep the day away? Where would you go, if anywhere?
I only hate tomorrow when thinking about it today, but I love tomorrow if it’s a new day.

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