I must admit when WordPress began adding the “related posts” at the bottom I wasn’t too keen on it. But one of my recent posts brought me back to this one that I had long since forgotten. It made me misty reading it again. It seems to be a fitting post for our Canadian Thanksgiving weekend when we think of the things that are truly important and what we are most thankful for.
Today’s Daily Prompt was this – Open your nearest book to page 82. Take the third full sentence on the page, and work it into a post somehow. (I highlighted the sentence in question)
I loathe public transportation. Every nuance of its existence offends me. The platforms are loud and over-crowded, the blended fragrances of the vast array of perfumes, cologne and foul body odors are noxious and people are overtly rude. I don’t like crowds and I certainly don’t like feeling like a sheep being herded into a confined space. I wish I had a car.
I purposely took a seat in the station far from the gathering crowd. If I could begin my holiday with some personal space, I might have a fighting chance of surviving the journey without incident. I buried my nose in the latest Oprah Book Club selection, The Poisonwood Bible, and tuned out…
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