Gratitude time @ #timesquare I'm extremely thankful for being blessed with so many friends out here. Here's wishing all wisdom, luck, longevity, wealth and happiness in 2019 💝
In an era where relationships change faster than the fashion trends at Milan and commitment is outdated...🙃 Celebrating 28 years of togetherness 😍 For Becky's #timesquare Hope you are having a great time too!
#timesquare Sun dial from excavation place at the tombs...Due to the time period, many of the features of the catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa merge Roman, Greek and Egyptian cultural points!
David is a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture created in marble between 1501 and 1504 by the Italian artist Michelangelo. The Statue of David stands witness to time and the effects of time... Have a great weekend!
#timesquare This season of advent - Spend time with your loved ones... Spend time with your parents n in-laws. Spend time with your grandparents n grand kids! Spend a morning or evening with the elderly at the rehab in your neighborhood. Tomorrow you may be in their shoes... Spend time with the lesser fortunate people... Continue Reading →
#timesquare The Duomo clock The clock has only one hand, running anti-clockwise from the Roman numeral XXIIII at the bottom, which does not indicate midnight. The clock, in fact, registers the ora italica (‘Italian time’), also known as Bohemian time or Julian time, after Julius Caesar’s 46 CE calendar, which began at sunset and ended at sunset.... Continue Reading →
#timesquare Just a minute mom! Just a sec!! Hold on... Gosh i'm late... “If you want to know the value of one year, just ask a student who failed a course. If you want to know the value of one month, ask a mother who gave birth to a premature baby. If you want to know... Continue Reading →
‘ Family Time’ #timesquare What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare... the opening lines of the poem “Leisure” is a perfect indication of today’s lifestyle. Very true! In today’s world, where each one of us is busy, in the rat race of life, one seldom finds time... Continue Reading →
Paving stones tell time - An interesting clock #timesquare Hidden among the paving stones of St. Peter's Square there is a simple clock and calendar. All you need is a sunny day. The 83-foot stone obelisk in the middle of the square acts as a sundial that can accurately indicate midday and the two solstices... Continue Reading →