A Word a Week Photo Challenge: WAITING

If you have flown recently, you know that flights are scheduled for departure at ungodly early hours.  (At least it’s ungodly to me to leave at 5:15 AM!!!) But what I’ve noticed is this: airports — and travelers — are adapting to the new times, but it’s still a hurry-up-and-wait proposition!

For the Word a Week Photo Challenge: WAITING, here are Chicago O’Hare folks up and at ’em — yet waiting — at 6:00 AM this week!

1.  People waiting in line for hot coffee and pastries at Brioche Doree.  (Ya gotta have something to wake you up at 6, but I wonder what time the percolator got going!)

Brioche Duree, Chicago O'Hare Airport

2.  Some folks spent time checking their early-morning emails or eating a wrapped-in-paper breakfast in the waiting area.

Chicago O'Hare waiting area

3.  Others checked the departure status of their flight.

Chicago O'Hare -- People Waiting4.  And some just waited and waited and waited . . .

Waiting -- Chicago O'HareFor more posts on WAITING, click here for the Word a Week Challenge on the blog Word in Your Ear.

About Oh, the Places We See

Met at University of Tennessee, been married for 47 years, and still passionate about travel whether we're volunteering with Habitat Global Village, combining work at Discovery with pleasure, or just seeing the world. Hope you'll join us as we try to see it all while we can!
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4 Responses to A Word a Week Photo Challenge: WAITING

  1. Waiting….what a waste of time in life. Too many important things to do in this life than to have all this wasted time. You captured my emotions perfectly…lol

  2. Amy says:

    So much waiting time… Love your choices for the theme!

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