Two Hours

I know I’ve written about the importance of patience numerous times before but it has been awhile. And it is much needed.

We are so impatient about many things. We try to work our own magic to make things work in our own timing. From experience, I see how that messes things up for so many people. Typically, our actions and reactions affect others. And sometimes many others.

I have been known to be an impatient girl in the past, but I’d like to think I’ve done a lot of growing up over the last couple of years or so. I do have flare ups once in awhile. Tonight was one of them.

I was impatient for answers and I kinda freaked out. That certainly didn’t help the already stressful situation. I spent a couple of hours panicking, assuming the worst, and thinking how badly this was going to end for me…only to find out that everything was actually okay.

Two hours spent that I can’t get back. Two hours where I could have focused on something or someone else. And all because I chose not to wait until the facts were in. Instead, I chose to be a hot mess of unbridled emotion.

Me…a hot mess of unbridled emotion

So here’s my confession. I did it again. But I’m very glad things turned out better than I imagined.

I hope you were patient today and that your day was swell. Thanks for your encouragement to continue writing. I appreciate it so much. ♥️

Andi

10 thoughts on “Two Hours

  1. That is the hardest thing for me. I always want and expect things done right away and not everyone else is on that same page. I hate “I’ll do it tomorrow ” when today is right here.

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  2. I have learned in situations like that , life is only 10% of what happens to you and 90% how I react to it. If I choose the 90 situation becomes worse . I just go with the flow . In God’s will anything will work out at the end.
    God Bless and have a wonderful 🙏 day !

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