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The Daily Grind

Reality Check

More and mornings come and go where I either wake up to a fresh snowfall or blustering snow – winter’s coming and it’s inevitable. I should be excited, I know, because as an avid skiier/purveyor of snowboard hardgoods this is a good thing – it’s just really hard to remember that when I’m waiting at the only bus stop on my street without a shelter waiting for the bus to lazily pull up (usually late I might add).

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2 thoughts on “Reality Check

  1. I’ve lived all my long life in a city that can get cold and snowy in the winter, which is one of the very few things I hate about my hometown. I don’t ski and I don’t sell ski/snowboard hard goods. To my mind, snow is proof that God does not exist. How could a supreme being design anything SO wrong?

    Posted by Joel Klebanoff | November 20, 2007, 8:46 pm
  2. As a kid, I’d always wished for snowy winters (I live in California).

    Posted by Valley Girl | November 21, 2007, 8:02 pm

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