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Monday, September 15, 2014

"Time sure flies..." 'James "Kimo" Rosen' (Kimo's World #32)

James Kimo Rosen back at his portrait studio in Homer Alaska,1987.
Rosen is a retired professional photographer living in Kapa'a
with his best friend Obama Da Dog, Rosen also blogs as a hobby

Kimo's world #32
Time sure flies

The old expression, "Time sure flies," is as true today as it was  when my parents used to say it. Remember back when you were a kid time went relatively slow.

I remember being in grade school and the time from September until school was out for the summer in June, seemed like an eternity.

My ex recently sent me some photos of my past, one of the most  fun times in my life. Ironically I have no photos from that era or prior era's since all my belongings got lost in storage, long story, sore subject, especially having been a professional photographer for over 25 years and the keeper of family heirlooms.

Looking back seems like a lifetime ago and on the other hand it feels like it's still that same time in space.

We  have all gone through different phases in our lives. As you get older you realize how fast life passes us by. Our teens with acne. Our twenties alive with youth. Our thirties making us look mature. Our forties giving us that first gray hair.  Our fifties when we realize our mortality and  our sixties where most of us  realize  the winter of our lives is upon us...

Physically  every thing changes with age. Most of us get fatter, grayer, slower, more forgetful and until the invention of the great blue pill (Viagra) had very little libido left.

I recently spoke with a few friends from my past that I hadn't heard from in close to  40 years. We were talking on the phone and the thing I realized is that our voices were  pretty much the same as they were in our late teens. Although most of us get grayer and  fatter, one thing that remains the same is The human voice.

Now if some doctor or scientist could figure a way for our physical bodies to remain like our voices, we'd all be around  for another 100 years!   How cool being able  to share our meals on Facebook for another century!

Channeling Hawai'i in Alaska, 1987
YouTube, Dramamine, a way to control drama;

Hana Hou, (Encore) Shared from Facebook...

1 comment:

Harmony Bentosino said...

That's true about voices not changing for the most part. My mom still retains her same tone of voice in spite of a fleeting memory.