Saturday, November 08, 2008
A guest blog entry, bought to you by the Great Blog Cross-Pollination
[Little Miss Impatient]
Impatience has been a defining characteristic of my personality, one that is so much part of me that I cannot remember a time that I wasn't anxiously waiting hopping from one foot to the other in anticipation of the next interesting thing that was coming along Life's Freeway. Anxious to finish school, to get married, have children, have the children finish school, it has been a long procession of waiting for big life events interspersed with fury when faced with queues, or non-answered phones, or traffic or any one of the myriad little interruptions that arise every day. I am better than I was...much better at staying calm and being in the moment. It was essential to learn some sort of patience if I was to keep my friends and family, I suspect. But today, this sign made me feel like I was not alone.
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