“One of the hardest things to realize ,” she said “is that our ‘some day’ IS right now.”
They might be just words on a decorative magnet that now sits on my microwave, but for this community, I think they hold a deeper message.
WE always thought we had tomorrow. Plans were in the ‘future’ instead of the ‘immediate future.’ And the plans were in the plural rather that singular.
If we’ve learned anything, we’ve learned the meaning of ‘now.’