Tumbled Stones. ~ Bronwyn Petry {Video}

Via Bronwyn Petryon Oct 28, 2013


What is the meaning of time to you?

Is it a slow dance in the kitchen, a frog song on a long summer’s night, the moment in a hospital room when someone takes their last breath? Is it looking into a lover‘s eyes? Is it falling asleep to a good book?

If we live 75 years, that is only 2,366,820,000 seconds.

Feel them as bright as tumbled stones in your hands.

Use them well.

Use them with your whole heart.

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About Bronwyn Petry

Bronwyn Petry is a writer and yoga student who likes to run. Her work has previously appeared in Soliloquies, The Grist Mill, Roots of She, and a variety of other places. Her hobbies include crossword puzzles and long walks with her dog. She can cry at the drop of a hat, has 17 different laughs and she travels in her spare time to soak up the stories of the world. She lives in Toronto with her partner and their animals. Find her on Twitter, or on Instagram, if you’re into those sorts of things.


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