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I can do that again, but I might not be able to do this again.

I can do that again, but I might not be able to do this again.

In-N-Out will always be here. Tony will not.

My (childhood home) neighbor is now 104-years old.

He painted the painting below “A few years ago. Probably back in when I was in my late nineties.”

We’re on a whirlwind 2-week tour of California. There are lots of things that we want to see and do and … eat. But most of them, should we not get to them this time, will be here next time.

Some might not.

He’s 104. He thought it was time back when he was 100.

But he’s got things to do.

He’s working on creating art from nothing.

He’s painting and building perfectly symmetrical structures from sticks and school glue.

He’s creating.

He’s living.

He’s 104.

What did you do today?

What can you do today that you might not be able to do tomorrow? Do that thing instead of that thing that you know you’ll be able to do tomorrow.

I can do that again, but I might not be able to do this again.

I can do that again, but I might not be able to do this again. [“Three Blind Mice” by Tony Schedl]

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Bradley

I don't like to call them excuses. They're priorities. With a handful of exceptions, we usually have a choice in our actions. They just need to be prioritized.

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