One of the challenges of our microwaveable, convenient culture is that waiting has become an ancient concept. At the click of a button, you can order your takeout food and groceries to be delivered to your doorstep, movie tickets to be picked up at the box office booth or scanned on your phone and gifts delivered within 2 days via Amazon Prime--all to avoid having to wait.
On this journey of waiting, this four letter word is bound to show up and rear it's ugly head.
Although an uninvited guest, it always wants to come in and take up residence in people.
To be able to travel the world To get paid for doing something I love To love and be loved by the same man, my husband, over and over To be a full time entrepreneur and no longer have to work a 9-5pm (no offense to those who do) To meet my children To be… Continue reading This Moment
I so wish I could take credit for this saying, but unfortunately someone else was genius enough to say it.
And let me tell you, it has made the decision process much easier for me these days.
Most of us have one, right?
You know the one I am talking about, with all the gazillion adjectives from A to Z out of Webster's dictionary, that describe the man of our dreams-our knight in shining, our Boaz.