I do not like it.  At all.  I find it very frustrating and difficult sometimes, especially when the temperature reaches 90+ degrees.  I find it hard to be relaxed and easy-going when I am waiting for answers and I try to breathe and put my mind on something else, like going for a walk or riding my bike.  But tonight it’s too hot to do either and so I have to figure out something else to do.

I will follow up with this and let you know how the waiting turns out.  Is it possible to just simply say, “Ah, it will all work out – relax – don’t worry.  It’s totally out of my hands and the best possible results will come.”  There are some things that have short-term results and some that are much longer.  They’re all stressful.

I should get a pedicure or something.  I think I’ll just hug Lucy, my beloved dog.  

UPDATE: So far, two of the things I was waiting for – to hear back from someone about my play and to get a counter offer for an apartment I’m hoping to sell – both turned out fine.  So my annoyance at waiting was so uncalled for.  I am embarrassed.  

One Thought on “Waiting

  1. Anonymous on October 2, 2011 at 7:22 pm said:

    We all do it! Don’t beat up on yourslef 🙂

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