april 30, 2014

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“If we are facing in the right direction, all we have to do is keep on walking.”

~ Buddhist Proverb




My leave for work must be well timed lest I succumb to the 9am train delay. One would expect in a city as large as Lexington to have trains on overpasses so as not to impede traffic. Alas, our big city remains small town sometimes. I live close enough to hear the trains, and it’s actually quite nice. The distant whistle and low hum are comforting. They remind me of visiting my favorite great aunt and uncle, Kenneth and Edna Lykins, in South Point, Ohio when I was a child. Lexington smells better than South Point, what with all the refineries that were there in the 1960’s and 1970’s. I’m grateful for that. All the joy without the carcinogens.

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