the waiting game

the waiting game
on a sunny, yet warm sunday evening I choose to drive home the lllloooonnnngggg wwwaaayyy as a way to unwind, relax from a eight day of selling to the public. as I do where every I travel my camera waited on the seat next to me when what do I spy around a ben in the road? how and why there are four plastic chairs situated near four mailboxes under a speed sign I do not know. anyone?
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2 thoughts on “the waiting game

  1. No matter where or when you live or have lived, a wonder surrounds snail mail; it is worth sitting at the mailbox and waiting for. The emergence of electronic communication – email, online forums, social media – has reduced the prevalence of personal letters, but it has not eliminated the delight.

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