Seems like a pretty simple question, what do you do in a waiting room, but is it?

What do you do in a waiting D Dennison

But really what do you do? I think that it is pretty simple a question, yet maybe not.

As I sat in the waiting room, um, waiting for my James, I looked around and there seem to be a lot more choices than I first imagined. It's the brainless things that get me the most, thus asking what do you do in a waiting room.

In the waiting room I witnessed newspaper readers, tablet gamers, apparent Sudoku champs and tv addicts. A woman asked if I'd share my table so that she too could work, I do believe we talked more than either one of us worked, but it was a refreshing change in my normal routine.

So, speak up... how do you pass the time while in the waiting room?