I spend a lot of time at home, alone, so waiting in line gives me an opportunity to interact with others -- whether they want to or not :o) I end up talking to friendly people and have a good time "in line" (not the point of the article) but I remember one particularly long wait (10 mins?) and some people were getting testy. I remember saying to the woman I was speaking to, but I said it loudly, "In the grand scheme of things, if this is the worst thing that happens to us today, we are doing pretty well . . . Think about it. Some people have babies with cancer." And many people smiled at me and nodded, yes.