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Impatient Stephanie




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Stephanie was not a patient girl.  She couldn't wait for the butter  melt on her popcorn.  She couldn't stand to  commercials.  When she took a bath, it  the water too long to get warm.   If she  to tie her shoes, she thought it took way too long.
"Hurry!  Hurry!  Hurry!" she  all the time.  I want it now! Stephanie's  was at the end of her patience too.  The teacher didn't know what  do.  She tried everything she  think of to teach Stephanie to wait.  Nothing worked! 
Finally, the  had an idea.  What if  made Stephanie do everything so fast she would be too tired to yell.  So   next day when Stephanie came to school she  to do everything as quickly as she could.  By lunch time  was so tired she could hardly walk to the cafeteria.  The teacher had  it.  She had figured out how to keep Stephanie from  "Hurry!  Hurry!  Hurry!"  all day long.  The classroom  a much more peaceful place.