The Snows Of Disbelief The Fiction Of Our Times

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Alternate 95 was virtually untraveled and unplowed. Remnant paths of cars gave indications of lanes. It was a tense, long drive. Brittany fell asleep. Heather kept me company. With my eyes glued to the road, I was able to enjoy several hours of her tellings of college life. That was why I had volunteered for this road trip--once Heather gets home she is always so involved with her siblings and friends--I seem to miss out on the one-to-one conversations which bring connectedness. I'd really been missing Heather. This was bittersweet--I was getting all the lowdown, but at the same time I was stressing over the drive. I was grateful for her insomnia.

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"26 miles." His compassion was incredulous. He actually watched us shop as if we were going to steal something from his store. I went to the car with my coffee. click here and Brittany returned with the tale of his accusation that their ten-dollar bill was counterfeit. We shook it off.

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Like it or not, your business depends on a lot on how you publicly conduct yourself. You may have some very valid reasons for complaining about the things that you complain about. But perception is reality. If it seems that all you do is complain and that you seem to have nothing but bad experiences, folks are going to wonder if MAYBE a lot of it isn't YOUR fault. It may not be. But like I said, perception is reality.

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