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Last of Day -- and Winter

Last of Day -- and Winter

What was I saying yesterday about being tired? My half-hour commute seemed to drag on this Friday night. On the two railroad tracks separating me from my little town, two trains traveling in opposite directions — one very, very slowly — made it even longer than usual. I gave up road rage for Lent and I had to remind myself that includes trains, too. Home was still waiting, and the sun was in no hurry to go down, leaving enough time for a little walk through the woods with my dog. “Ample sufficient,” as my grandma would say.

“Patience is the companion of wisdom.” -St. Augustine

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