This is so appropriate for those engaged in the Forty Days of Prayer. We are now more than half way through. Are you establishing a longer relationship due to this venture, or will you be glad when it is over? That’s the question. Enjoy this story; let its truth sink in. My thanks to Kenny of morningstoryanddilbert. also at wordpress.com

Morning Story and Dilbert

He sits by himself at a table for two.

The uniformed waiter returns to his side and asks, “Would you like to go ahead and order, sir?” The man has, after all, been waiting since seven o’clock — almost half an hour.

“No, thank you,” the man smiles. “I’ll wait for her a while longer. How about some more coffee?”

“Certainly, sir.”

The man sits, his clear blue eyes gazing straight through the flowered centerpiece. He fingers his napkin, allowing the sounds of light chatter, tinkling silverware, and mellow music to fill his mind. He is dressed in sport coat and tie. His dark brown hair is neatly combed, but one stray lock insists on dropping to his forehead. The scent of his cologne adds to his clean cut image. He is dressed up enough to make a companion feel important, respected, loved. Yet he is not so formal as…

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3 Comments

  1. Glenda

    So poignant. And still, HE waits…. Thank you for sharing this, Karyl.

  2. Sometimes the most profound truths are made clear in the comics 🙂

    • Obviously Kenny was quite taken with Dilbert. Sometimes I read it, sometimes skip it. This is one of only three blogs that I ALWAYS read.

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