"Waiting is the in-between time.
It calls us to be in this moment, this season,
without leaning so far into the future that we tear our roots from the present.
When we learn to wait, we experience where we are
as what is truly substantial and precious in life.
We discover, as T.S. Eliot wrote, "a lifetime of burning in every moment."'
- Sue Monk Kidd
I'm in a time of waiting and I'm trying to do it well.
I'm trying to be in the moment (the long, dragging moment)
Which means my coffee beans are ground, then pressed the french way.
And I drink slowly with the nice mug, and a good book.
And I listen to this song that my cousin Maryl loves.
I listen to it over and over till lumineers fill every corner of my home.
And I contemplate breaking my new years resolution to not buy any clothing,
because I got a few wonderful birthday notes that said "treat yourself"
And I wait.