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Marian Nance

Our society today is one of instant gratification. We are spoiled. This virus is teaching us to not only be patient with everything we took for granted, but with ourselves. I always enjoy your stories and this one is a keeper for teaching patience. Thanks Mario.

Myranette Robinson

Like you, I realized what a gift patience is. I don't even get mad at myself anymore when I don't get to everything I'm supposed to do. Great story, Mario.


I'm getting what good I can from the current situation. Realizing it's all right to sit and watch the birds zip around every evening. What was I doing all those evenings before COVID? I have no idea. Now I watch the birds.

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