• With all the changes that have taken place in my life in the past fifteen months, I am certainly taking more chances with living in the moment. I used to be overly future-orientated, which only meant missing out on some of the now. I must add, I’m honored to comment on this long-lost post as I sit here brainstorming topics for the next story collections.

  • RoseMary Griffith

    Wonderful to live more fully in the now–bravo to both of you (I’m working on it!) for this new and welcome approach.

  • Susan — “in the moment” is a term used in the theater. Being “in the moment” means focusing on what you are doing that precise moment and not getting distracted. That’s easier said than done, of course. I’m glad you were able to slip in the moment on your walk. I miss my long walks in NYC where I could let my mind wander into a pleasant place. Now, I’ve gotten into the bad habit of hopping into my new “toy” (my car) to go everywhere.