So...la, la, la-la-la-la live for today. Another sixties philosophy set to music.
There's another philosophy that promotes "being in the moment." Ever so often, I remember this phrase and I'll give it a go for a few days. Basically, feel what you're doing at any given time. Give yourself over to the moment and whatever you're doing is that much more meaningful. Stop hurrying through your task to get on with your day. I guess you could still hurry but be cognizant of your every move. There would be no wasted time, if we made the most of every moment regardless of what we're doing.
Enough philosophy for now. I'll do a quick promo on one of my books that is in the same vein. In Sleeping with the Lights On, Sandra Holiday has reached age fifty and is regretting her past, looking for her future and having one heck of an adventure in the here and now.
After two failed marriages and countless relationships, Sandra Holiday thinks she’s met the man to end her years of less than perfect choices; choices that not only derailed her travel-related career plans but also left her single and broke.
Carson Holiday, a Las Vegas country crooner with swoon-inducing good looks, spent his adult life pursuing a recording contract and love, never holding on to either. After eighteen years, he drops back into Sandra’s life, reigniting an attraction he can’t deny.
When Carson reappears, Sandra must choose again. Only this time, nothing’s as it seems. A secret admirer, a redheaded stalker, and an eccentric millionaire throw her on a dangerous path, with Carson her only truth.
As life confronts her with yet another turning point, will her decisions find her eternally sleeping with the lights on – or will she finally discover a way to turn them off?
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