“For a while” is a phrase whose length can’t be measured. At least by the person who’s waiting.” ― Haruki Murakami,
We do a lot of waiting in Nicaragua. Right now, I am waiting for my eye to heal and there is an epidemic of pink eye on the island, so I am quarantined in my house until the epidemic is over.
We remain in readiness for the next eruption of our active volcano, Concepcion. The last time she awoke was in 2010.
Our chicken buses count on us and halt at the bus stops.
We never have to pause for long when we need a helping hand in Nicaragua.
Our La Paloma baseball team anticipates the ball!
The Fuego y Agua Beer Run participants don’t linger guzzling their beers at the starting line.
Ron expects big fish in the Rio San Juan River! Worth waiting for.
But, the only thing he hooked, was his finger. He didn’t look forward to the nurse removing it.
The lawn work is on hold until the rain stops.
We are sticking around for the ripe Jackfruit! Almost ready!
Even the insects wait their turn for the sweet nectar in my garden.
The Howler with his tail wrapped around a limb, rests in the shade.
And this unlucky cane toad lies in wait for a rescue from my shop vac hose.
I couldn’t pass up this photo, although it was taken in New Zealand while we were waiting for the cricket game on the television to continue.
What are you waiting for today?