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Waiting is a part of many people's lives

Updated on December 3, 2011

Many people begin their day by waiting for a bus or train,

people who work in large buildings may spend a few minutes waiting for an elevator to take to their offices.

After work, many people must wait for both an elevator and a bus or train.

Most people must spend a great deal of time waiting in the dentist's office , in line for tickets or fast food, and on the road, in barely moving traffic.

Wait, wait and more waiting, last week I done more waiting in one week ,

On Monday I had to wait outside the court building about one hour to get inside,

and when I finally got inside, I had to wait again to get a body scan, then after that to get to top floor another five minutes of waiting to get on the elevator..

On Wednesday I had a Doctor's appointment just to get my results from some previous test,

had to wait in the waiting area for almost three longs hours.

Thursday I had to go the DMV long hours of waiting.

Friday afternoon I decided to go grocery shopping and once again waiting

in long lines to get to the cashier.

Waiting is a stain on our brain

In the rain

waiting for a train,

It can make you go insane

I just hate waiting.


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      Annie 6 years ago from NewYork

      good answer perspycacious

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      Demas W Jasper 6 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

      I once told the postal clerk at the post office: "Actually, I don't have anything to mail, I just come here to practice my patience."

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      Annie 6 years ago from NewYork

      thank you for commenting HendrikDB

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      HendrikDB 6 years ago

      Unfortunately waiting is part of life. Fortunately I am now conditioned - I always have either nice novel or my favorite word-code booklet with and sometimes I am so engrossed with it that I am aggravated when my waiting period is over. But what I still cannot tolerate is the waiting over the phone - 'you are caller number . . , please be patient . . '