Now there are things that make me impatient, things that really irritates me and things I find difficult to understand.
One of the things that make me impatient and that irritates me is not being able to understand.
Like for instance; I ordered a Christmas gift from a company. In the course of conversation the person on-line mentioned he was in PA, I’d called his company in NY. He said that the item requested was warehoused in K.C. Ks. It would take six days for the item to arrive to me. About two hundred miles.
Later, I found I wanted an additional something to go with the first item. I browsed the web and selected another company, this one on the West Coast. I called them and in the course of the conversation I found I was talking with a fellow in Utah. I asked, having looked closely at the web site during the conversation if his company was related to the first company (I mentioned names) and he said, “Yes. We’re both owned by (and named the holding company). He continued; your order is filed and will be shipped soon, from K.C. Ks, and you will get it in about five days.
I order yet another item from Amazon. Amazon, famous for not talking to anyone,Sent me a notification that my order had been received, then one that my order had been shipped (on the Sunday following the Friday order in-put) and yet another that my order could be tracked and should arrive on 30 Nov.
I remain impatient, that last one was for me and its lack is severly hampering my efforts to progress in my new hobby.
I came across this, this morning:
Arkansas City Traveler
– 15 hours ago
Abbey Ramirez-Bodley crocheted her own wedding dress with the help of her aunt, Jennifer Wollard. Dress. Courtesy photo. Dress. The dress took Ramirez-Bodley eight months and more than two miles of yarn to crochet.
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I am humble in the face of patience. Lesson’s in waiting quietly and occupying oneself with available work is always humbling.
I do wish, however, that 30 Nov would get here soon.
From the reaches,