Thursday, February 5, 2015

Patience is a virtue

I was not blessed with much patience. Therefore it pretty much sucks being stuck behind a bus that stops at every stinkin' driveway.



At least I found a way to entertain myself while I was waiting .

17 comments:

  1. Even worse is being stuck behind a tractor ;-)

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  2. I agree with Duni...it IS better than a tractor...and living where I live...I encounter them a LOT!!

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  3. this is really a beautiful photo. I love the icy wet look all around the big pop of color... i keep my camera sitting in the console to grab for places like this... we got behind the city bus one morning and it crawls and we were in a double yellow line so no passing. it does require patience

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  4. Ugh. At least the tractor keeps moving....buses stop a LOT and take FOREVER at each stop. That is a nightmare. Been there.

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  5. I used to think I should write down all my comments when I used to commute 30 miles each way. Would have been good for a laugh perhaps.

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  6. That would certainly test your patience! I'm so glad we don't have snow. Just sayin. :)

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  7. Yep, patience is tough when this happens. I've done it a time or five too.

    Have a fabulous day. My best to Gibbs. ♥♥♥

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  8. I really like this photo. I think you could turn this into an old fashioned card. :)

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  9. ... just think if this was a horse and buggy ... you would still be behind it!

    Loved your artful girl also - you're an expert with that software ... keep warm, Katie

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  10. Isn't it fun to have a camera with you all of the time??? One never knows what they will see... Good thing you had a camera with you on that LONG wait/drive....

    I am NOT blessed with patience either... In fact, I get downright mad when my leg/knee don't want to work... Dang it.

    Hugs,
    Betsy
    What's with the new blog?

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  11. Your patients paid off for me... I love the shot!! It is what I imagine when I think of my grandson getting off his school buss at the end of the school day.

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  12. I know what you mean, there is nothing you can do but twiddle your fingers while you wait for your first opportunity to get away. :-)

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  13. This always happens because we live near a school! I usually put on lip gloss or something. . .

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  14. Yes that would be annoying but you made the best of the situation.

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  15. Here, they usually let cars pass before starting up again (turn off red flashers and stay put)

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  16. I really like this photo! And the fact that you're making very good use of your time! :)

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