It is always good to leave some room for waiting. For the sun. For the miracle. For you to come along.
“I’m a patient boy,” sang Fugazi. “And I wait and I wait and I wait.”
that includes this song. Here is a previous post with examples of waiting from my life
Not just me, the entire Slovenia is waiting for the next basketball game on Tuesday and the winking first medal from any championships. Only three more games left. I loved the commentary by an American commentator caught online: “I like the culture of this group.”
Here are some others who are waiting. Slovenian proverb says: “Kdor čaka, dočaka.” Waiting pays off. (Click on the first photo and let’s wait together.)
Waiting for me, unaware of being spotted. Lokev, Slovenia.
Waiting for the commercials to stop and the game to continue.
Waiting to be put out of their misery. I mean, really, look at these sunflowers now. I thought the last sight of them in July was bad.
Waiting for the rest of the grapes. Despite the drought they managed to grow some. Look at the dried peach trees on the right.
Waiting for the wind to stop playing with the curtain so that I can take a photo of the elephants for Taja. (This one and the next five taken in Talamone.)
Waiting for some who would wait.
Waiting for me to take a photo of it, all pretty.
Waiting to trap some hungry birds.
Waiting for their owners to remember that they own a boat.
Waiting for the beer. This shirt can buy you one if you’re lucky.
Waiting for another beer and the game. Nahh, uncle, no fear.
Waiting for the flood? Storm? Winter? The selection is vast.
Waiting for this dog to pass.
Waiting for the people to leave.
Waiting to be left alone with our olives and clouds.
Waiting for another “game with the heart”.
Waiting for the sun, the beach, and one of the three. I used to write such stuff up on the fridge, but then I started a blog.
No fear, no doubt, no problem. And no cleaning. 😀
“I’m waiting,” says the trophy.
If you ask him, waiting has paid off, mom just doesn’t know it yet.
Photo: © signature mmm
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