"Sometimes, I feel the past and the future pressing so hard on either side that there's no room for the present at all."
Because of his first name, readers often believed Evelyn Waugh (born October 28, 1903) was a woman. The confusion only increased when the English novelist married another Evelyn—leading friends to helpfully dub them "He-Evelyn" and "She-Evelyn."
I must admit that this is often true for me~ most likely when I'm alone with seldom found time to just be~ My mind wanders backwards and forward, thinking on those things that did and will fill me up or empty me out. I so enjoy reflecting but I've learned there is no better place than right now sometimes~ I will try to think on these other places when I decide it's a good time, not when I should just be still~