Last updated on September 9th, 2014 at 10:40 pm
- Waiting to see if NatandMarie would get up in time to go to breakfast (they didn’t—they had a late night be night before and overslept—they’re still cool, though!)
- Waiting for a bus to go out to the fringes of Toronto to pick up some card stock
- Waiting to get some service at Paperland so I could buy some cardstock to give to Tyrone at Guerilla Printing so we could run some test copies of wedding invitations
- Waiting for a bus to escape from Markham back to a diverse population (yes, I went there!)
- Waiting on that same bus for another bus while we all waited for the cops to show up about an earlier incident on the bus—if I’d switched to the first bus that’d come by, I wouldn’t have been waiting, though. That was a heckuva long wait, for the record.
- Waiting for the subway which showed as “temporarily delayed” on the signboard above after JUST missing one
- Waiting on another train that’s apparently supposed to come in 8 mins. Then 9 mins. Then 2 mins. And now back to 8 mins. And now 11?!
- Waiting for streetcars
- Waiting for food
- Waiting, waiting, waiting
If I were a lesser man, I’d have let all this waiting and time wasting get to me—but why worry? In that situation, there was only so much I could do. What was outside of my control:
- When public transit does or doesn’t run
- How long it takes to get service in a place of business
- How long it takes to cook food