Unlike the French terms “délai” and “délais” which refer to an expected or planned time frame, the English words delay and delayed mean being late.
Here’s an illustration of a ‘less than an hour” delay:
Once announced, it was, in fact, not only on time but … ahead of the ETA!
Savannah, as you can see, was appropriately named:
There are rivers winding in and out and around.
So it’s probably wonderful to have a boat down here. If you manage to find the time to use it … And if you don’t have a boat, it’s still nice to have a dock on the marshes.
And if you don’t happen to have your own private dock … you’re probably not getting mosquito bites either … but that won’t prevent you from using the one at Lazaretto Creek or at Tybee.
where you can go fishin’ … or crabbin’ … or just make friends and keep an eye open for dolphins …
All you really need is time. So don’t … delay.