This is a good word. The word "patience" means the quality of being patient, without complaint, loss of temper, irritation, or the like. To wait for something while you work for it, or it comes to pass in its own time.
A man and his son waiting for fish to bite. It takes patience to wait for the fish to take the bait, but what fun it is when you finally hook the fish. A bonus is the time spent waiting for the fish as you can talk about the day, your dreams and things you like and dislike with your friends or family.
A group of kids waiting in line to get on a ride at the playground. All are waiting nicely and waving to the person taking the picture. This is a good example of patience too. The ride they want to play on is worth patiently waiting to get on it.
Now can you think of another word that sounds like "patience"? I can.
Here is a hint: The Aurora raviolis mom takes care of "patients" every day. Did you guess correctly?
Patients are people who are seen by medical staff. We have all been a patient at sometime in our lives and that includes our pets too.
So today, please use the word "patience" in three sentences. Here is grandma-ma's first sentence:
It took a little patience to lay quietly on the sea floor with my camera waiting for this little yellowhead jawfish to come out of this sand hole.
Because grandma-ma waited quietly and patiently for him, she was able to snap this neat picture for you.
Have a wonderful Wednesday my loves. Grandma-ma