Since turning 30, I’ve been trying to record one second of every day of my life. There’s some gaps here and there, but overall this feels pretty representative. There’s a few big moments, but there’s also the little ones that get more important with time: family, friends, a bike ride home, pets who’ve since crossed the rainbow bridge.
I’m surprised at how valuable of an exercise this has been, making me think just a little more about what I want to do each day, what I want to remember, and discovering how even something as simple as a one second image of a faucet or the outside of a building can take me back to a moment I’d otherwise forget.
My only regret is the days I missed but, hey, there’s always next year.
Thanks for the past 365 days, y’all. You make it grand.
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