Driving is probably my least favorite thing to do. I see it as a dreaded chore — worse than latrine duty. Perhaps it’s because I missed that whole right of passage as a teenager since we didn’t have a car. Most of my friends got a permit and a license in high school, and a few actually got new cars before heading off to college or careers. I, on the other hand, learned to use public transportation, and that allowed me to still do the things that others did — just not always as timely as I would’ve liked. All in all, learning to use public transportation did me some good. One benefit is that I quickly learned to get around unfamiliar cities.
As I drove into work this morning, there were pockets of low-lying fog along my route. Today is one of those days that I wish I could…
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