The only thing that changed more than the weather, was the way people changed their minds
Fair-weather walkers, joggers, vowed not to return till next spring.
Wild kingdom: A baby raccoon appeared outside the front window of the YMCA one morning. He ran back-and-forth in the shrubbery, desperate to escape from staff members.
Do you recall being distracted by birds, animals outside public school classroom windows? I confess, to being easily distracted.
My two dogs and myself nearly stepped on a large water moccasin, early one morning. It was still dark and the temperature was in the low 40’s.
It seemed to me, growing up in a rural farming community, that form always took a back seat to function when it came to home repairs–especially external ones.
Have you experienced the sensation while waiting for a train, at night, that your car was moving forward, or sideways? You’re temporarily hypnotized–foot firmly planted on the brake pedal. Or when driving late at night, the sensation, that the road disappeared over the next hill?
Scientific terminology for these sensations escapes me at the moment. I attributed these things to driving while fatigued.