Traffic! COVID’s shutdown of schools lulled me into thinking my commute could be quick and easy. “Normal” traffic patterns are returning with the students. I’m positive.
I wrote this while stopped in traffic, so it’s probably longer than it needs to be — just like my wait at 34th street. Today it took me four cycles of the traffic light to make it across, which gave me plenty of time to feed my road rage. This intersection at University and 34th Street is […]
I married into my hairdresser, much the way I’d married into four children when I married my husband nearly 21 years ago. Apparently, the hair salon my children visited regularly was part of the marital agreement, but it agreed with me. (My premarital hairstylist lost my confidence when she constructed a bird’s nest atop my […]