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  • Christina Schmidt December 18, 2008  

    I must not be very wise then! I am the most impatient person when it comes to inanimate objects, such as computers, fax machines, copiers (I guess an office environment may not be as ideal for me as I’d thought), stoves, ovens, but I can be extremely patient when it comes to people…except, of course, when they’re bad drivers

  • Sarah S December 18, 2008  

    i have that picture in my apartment. Great reminder. Patience for me, wow. I have a mentally impaired older brother who loves to hover and ask the same thing over and over again. He is amazing and has surpassed any life expectancy that was set for him as a baby. He will outlive everyone in my fam probably, but Patience is seeing his quirks as blessings not an annoyances.

  • Jenni Catron December 18, 2008  

    @Sarah S – wow, that puts patience in perspective… I admire your love and patience with your brother!

  • holly December 18, 2008  

    It changes daily and is usually connected with my “happiness” at the moment. today was “one of those days” where I just felt kind of blah and as a result, my children got the short rope of patience. I try hard and since having kids it has greatly improved, but it is one of my daily prayers – many times over! 🙂

  • ncarnes December 19, 2008  

    Over the last two month’s due to an increase in demand on my schedule my patience level must be telling me I am the dumbest person I know, but on the flip side, maybe I am becoming wiser, so in the future I will have more patience? Is that how that works?