If you have been reading this blog with any regularity, you’ll know that this was the year I tried to raise Gerber daisies. The photo above shows a tiny bloom, but more of what I call Gerber lettuce.
From the end of July through Labor Day, the view on my deck was basically pots and pots of Gerber leaves. I let them be, and watching the rainfall amounts, occasionally watered them. The plants were definitely alive and green, so I had decided to let them be.
This past week I have been treated to…,
Patience is, most assuredly, a virtue!
My nephew Matthias is marrying his fiancée Kat tomorrow.
Where did time go?
I was twenty-eight when Matt was born.We have been through”zoomie cars”, stray cats, the family, school, the shore, my cancers,the National Weather Service, Atlantic City train trips,college acceptance….and now, a wedding.Hell, it’s only a nephew:he’s not even my son, although we always were close.
I wish the two of them all the love and patience they need for a happy and long marriage, and above all, may they never feel, as my late father-in-law used to quote:
“Marriage isn’t a word,it’s a sentence.”LOL
…to see what’s become of me, while I look around, at my possibilities….
I always loved Simon and Garfunkel, and Jim and I both listen to them once in a while in the car.
I thought the lyrics were relevant, as here we are again, waiting and wondering, as Jim likes to say,
” What’s gonna be..” A million other old chestnuts run through my mind too, like patience is a virtue
…but when the rest of your life depends on the outcome of what comes out, well, it’s hard not to stomp
your foot on the floor while you wait.
Still burning the wires with prayer….stay tuned!
We just want to accomplish something.
Patience , when warrented, can be my strong suite, but there comes a point, you know? It’s the waiting for the next step to be announced …
The fact that all the overtime in work isn’t helping mentally, either , on the stress. The girls look at me when I come and are so happy to see me~ they thought I left them.
Oh well, another tortuous day- hope yours is better.
1. I am tired of things going on in the office. I am waiting patiently for my retirement. Until then, Shingleman says look at it as entertainment. I could, if the knot in my gut would untie. I am thankful I am almost done.
2.I am thankful for the ability to take the current health opportunity and have a partner like Shingleman who is sticking with our healthy lifestyle, which is a whole week old.
3.I am thankful for the patience of my girls. They know their schedule and are so good.
4.I am thankful for the ability to email resumes. I don’t know how I ever did applications without it….lol
5.I am thankful for romantic comedies, because sometimes, the couple ends up together in the end and you might actually laugh along the way.
Life is too short not to laugh!