Friday, October 27, 2006

We All Want More Time


Okay, so admittedly I have never watched more than a trailer for an upcoming episode of Grey's Anatomy. And I only ever watch t.v. when I can watch 11 channels at once while running at the gym, (am I ADD?) Anyway, last night Grey's Anatomy was about how 1/2 the doctors got exposed to the plague or something and there were all these tearful rememberances of moments in their life, and those sappy conversations where they realize they haven't told the one they love that they love them yet, and some realtionships start and some end and its all sad and happy, and ends with saying everyone wishes they had more time. And maybe it is because I'm hormonal, but it just made me so sad and introspective and nostalgic, which doesn't really help your workout routine, but wow. I don't know. Guess I should tell everyone I love them huh? And tell those two hot men who both want me and say they will both wait for me to make my decision between them, they both think I'm worth it, which one of them I love more...oh, wait...that's not me is it? That's a character on the show...hmmm...well it would be nice wouldn't it to have Patrick Dempsey say he will wait for you to choose between him and your other hot boyfriend? *Dreams.

8 comments:

Panini said...

:) I know . . . TIME
I feel like it's all so short, that everything will speed by like it already has, and then it will be all gone. in a blink.

aquamarine said...

Time is so precious. I never feel like I was able to get enough done or have enough time during the days that pass. Weeks zip by without notice, and months creep up on me before I am ready. So, I feel for you!!

Esperanza said...

I think part of holding on to some of that time, at least for me is reflecting on it, writing down and remembering and synthesizing experiences you have with one another to make them more real. Like going up to Park City with you Panini and eating at that expensive resturant with your mom and drinking herbal tea and playing Scrabble, or Scully and SJ came down to the Halloween party we had here in Provo and it was so fun, but those little moments are what count I think. However, must remedy the man situation. P.S. I think I like my home teacher?!

Esperanza said...

I actually have a couple of crushes going on at the moment...cute nice boy who drives a school bus and is in flight school or hot man I can't talk to who stares at me, but is a rich real estate agent....okay. I know. Stick with the guy that talks to you. Alas, wait for something to happen? And, the school bus driver is pretty cute...

aquamarine said...

Esperanza, you are so cute!! I agree too. Must keep those moments recorded for later. It is the only way to feel like I have a sense of control over the rapid passing of time.

Esperanza said...

Also my bishop this past week in my ward talked about how indecision really wastes our time in mortatlity and I thought, hmm. True, but making decisions and "just doing things" can be hard!

Panini said...

not only that, but making decisions can sometimes be a bad thing--when done in haste--can screw up so much stuff. I think I don't spend enough time in indecision. :)
BTW, can't wait to hear about the man front of the phone! :) Your Hometeacher who brought you over those treats the other day? How fun!! (And that really was the best friday ever hanging out with you and my mom!! Totally "one of those moments" . . . like when it was snowing at the football game or "3 sharp-toothed buzzards" *nostalgic sigh*)

Esperanza said...

I totally thought of that moment too! Because it was lightly snowing when we went into the Chateau! *sigh. :)