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June 5th, 2018
“We waited for 6 hours in the ferry line, if it hadn’t been for that it would have been a perfect trip.”
I heard someone say this today. Not once, but several times.
We complain that we do not have enough time to read.
We complain how life throws inconvenient delays our way.
Can one problem be solved with another?
Is it so hard to always carry a book?
Too bad for her.
It could have been. . .
“It was a perfect trip. We did wait for the ferry for 6 hours, but it was great, I just read the whole time. Which reminds me. Oh my god, I have to tell you about this book.”
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