As Norton Juster said in his book, The Phantom Tollbooth - "It is more important to know whether there will be weather than what the weather will be..." It is so true. It's more important to know that tomorrow will come than to worry about the specifics of what will be going on tomorrow - especially when you have no control over the specifics.
It rained today. A lot. I went to the post office today. It was cold today. I used many post-it notes today. I got wet from walking in the rain today. I worked on my scarf today (though it is still not finished.) I snuggled with Toffee today. I got mail and messages from lots of my friends today. I did lauundry today. I ate Nootch's cookies today. I smiled today.
The day is over now. The sky is dark and soon tomorrow will be here.
Yet, there is still so much to do.
Gotta make dinner - Gotta shteig - Gotta clean my room for Shabbos - Gotta pack for the weekend...
How is it Wednesday already? Where did the week go? Have I used it well?
Time (which is available only in limited supply) once spent cannot be returned, exchanged nor refunded.
Scary thought, huh?