I wrote, with pleasure, about TimeHop a few weeks ago. Recently, I've been introduced to the downside of looking back.
A few days ago I opened my TimeHop post to see pictures of a trip I took to Chicago four years ago. Although the pictures and the trip were fabulous I was taken aback to see my friend Debbie smiling into the camera. In some ways our trip to Chicago seems like it was a very long time ago, in other ways it seems like it was just yesterday.
I found that looking back on that trip, and thinking of Debbie, made me sad. I suppose the memories weighed heavily on my mind when I went to sleep last night. As my mind wandered in sleep mode I found myself dreaming of a meet-up with Debbie. In my dream I watched as she walked into our workplace like she'd never left this world. The weird thing was that I was the only person who saw her. She seemed unaware of the fact that she was no longer among the living and although I knew it was strange that I was the only one who saw her I enjoyed the time we had together in my dream.
I woke up late this morning. Even though I knew I was only dreaming when I saw Debbie I enjoyed our time together in my subconscious. It was the one dream I did not want to wake up from.
I miss my friend.
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