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Tag Archives: commute
I’m happy to report that it’s sunny today, with relatively mild temperatures for this time of year. That was not the case earlier in the week. Wednesday morning: What would normally be a 35-minute drive to work took an hour … Continue reading
Actually, it should be “Damn Everyone Else …” Sometimes it’s not the other drivers who are the problem during the morning and evening commute. As the weather warms (ever so slowly), there are now bicycles and pedestrians. On my way … Continue reading
Originally posted on Cordelia's Mom, Still:
Driving home after a long workday is never easy – rush hour, crowded expressways, aggression and anger. Personally, I avoid expressways as much as possible, but my route through city back streets often…
Driving home after a long workday is never easy – rush hour, crowded expressways, aggression and anger. Personally, I avoid expressways as much as possible, but my route through city back streets often has me biting my nails and wearing … Continue reading