Tuesday, July 31, 2012

"Hurry Up and Wait"

"Hurry up and wait" was a phrase my drama director always used to say. She'd say "The whole business of the theater is 'hurry up and wait, hurry up and wait'." I totally agree, and if you've even tried out for a play or musical, you would probably agree too.

Now, in this new chapter of life, I am to wait. To wait for a new home, life, last name, and even a new job.

I found this quote on one of my fellow blogger's pages today, and thought it totally fitting.

"It is not easy… to wait. Waiting is what the hunter does, and the poet and the slugger. He waits for the moment of inevitability and fate and then he swings, or shoots, or takes up the pen to put down a line. They don’t teach us to wait in America; they teach us to grab. But waiting is what we do when we are looking for something beautiful, when we are looking for an end to our sorrow. Nothing is infinite in life, not even sorrow.  Cary Tennis"

Another amazing quote from Charles Stanley: 

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