I stumbled across this post on Design Taxi. It recounts a tweet by a Sports Illustrated writer asking his twitter followers if they have a photo of the single best moment of their life.
Interesting thought, isn't it?
It looks as though a lot of moments including babies, families reuniting, children, physical and emotional achievements. It looks as though everyone defines what makes a moment the best differently. It looks as though everyone has experienced something great. It looks as though there are a lot of single best moments out there. How fantastic.
It got me thinking of what the single best moment of my life is. Chances are I don't have a photo to capture it as my most enjoyable moments as impromptu and fleeting as they are unforgettable and forever.
So many great moments. From beautiful, wonderful, innocent days growing up, to unpredictable, experimental, hilarious times in college to transformative, challenging, life-changing experiences in Denver, to the joys and perils of being an adult and supporting a family. So many moments. So many people.
And chances are you are part of someone's single best moment(s), maybe even mine.
So, what's yours?