If you have had the opportunity to read my blog, then you already know how I deliberate and feel about TIME.
It dances as a noun in so many ways:
"With so much sadness in the world, do not forget to make time to laugh." "How many times do I have to tell you?" " Please arrive ahead of time." " The times are changing, even the weather has become too unpredictable this time of year." " What time is it?" " From time to time, I lose track of time."
Time dances. It also dances as a verb:
She timed her meeting perfectly. Please time the race. Did you time how long the flight takes? Time the time to do your errand. Time(measure) the time to do your errands. *note- I only added the word measure in parenthesis so the computer would not underline my work.
It dances as an adjective, also, but not as often:
Make sure to make your time deposit. The realtor had a time sale. The time draft is due weekly.
Time likes dancing so much that it can leave you perplexed:
The time capsule was first recorded in 1938. This example can be argued either way, as a noun and/or as an adjective. By now, it has slowed down.
I have enjoyed this time with you, given and giving this time to tell you about TIME, yet it’s now time to go.
I say, “Live life to the fullest! Enjoy that time you’re experiencing in the moment. Recognize the time, yet give no thought to that time on the clock.”