I do things a little at a time now.
I’m teaching my self piano, a little at a time, one half hour in the morning and one half hour in the afternoon.
I’m clearing grass from between the flagstones on the patio, fifteen minutes each day.
I’m working on a jigsaw puzzle, a little at a time, fifteen minutes several times a day.
I’m meditating in small amounts, morning and evening, praying too.
I can interact with my grandchildren at breakfast and after school in moments.
I call my wife at the beach once a day; or I call from the beach.
I’m losing weight, a little at a time, fourteen pounds now, in a month and a half, by eating smaller portions.
I’m reading several books, a little at a time with each, each awaiting more time to finish them.
I’m writing these blogs in small doses, for both me and my readers. If they get too big, I edit them down or break them up.
But, I love you a lot, all the time, for ever. A little at a time doesn’t work for me. You are constantly on my mind and in my heart.
– Small town boy
“For precept must be on precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little.” Isaiah 28:10