Today is the day that Ray is supposed to leave Haiti on a propellor plane. He stays overnight in Florida, then tomorrow he arrives in Kansas City, MO, in the afternoon. I am still waiting to hear if he made it out of Haiti yet. God, with His sense of humor, seems to enjoy making me wait on a lot of things:
- Slow cashiers in the speed lane;
- Sunday drivers on Friday afternoons;
- The drive-up bank lane, which has one car and that I pulled into, is slower than the one with three;
- A husband who never makes quick decisions;
- Children who get dressed as slow as molasses;
- Websites pages that load slowly;
- A husband coming back from a foreign land who I haven’t seen in a month.
What do you do to help you wait?
“My soul, wait silently for God alone, for my expectation is from Him.” (Psalm 62:5, NKJV)