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Waiting . . .


Another minute

Problems downsizing

Lasting peace rising


Morning coffee brewed

Caffeine powers up

With every cup


Morning traffic jam

Anxiety parking

Shortcut embarking


Waiting . . .


Autumn’s arrival

Dazzling colors sing

Annual fall fling


Grocery line backup

Accept life’s downtime

Conversation time


Baby coming soon

First-time mother shines

Love’s newest headline


Waiting . . .


Hearty breakfast served

Blueberry pancakes

Hunger takes its break


Plane’s late departure

Airport’s normal tune

Returning home soon


Career door opens

New community



Waiting . . .


Life’s worries mounting

One more sleepless night

Sunrise shares insight


Page finally turns

Cherished feelings roam

Love finding its home

Day’s special moment

New baby arrives

Joining life’s archives

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14 thoughts on “Waiting

  1. Waiting is so hard to do when you’re expecting something to happen right away. Imagine how long the children of God had to wait for the Savior. We have the benefit of knowing He’s already come and taken away the sin of the world. Merry Christmas to you and your family, Richard.

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  2. Pingback: lackadaisical -me | rfljenksy – Practicing Simplicity

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