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Dealing with life in central CT  RSS feed

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My time here is limited , I'll have to spend another nine months here in  CT. The traffic here is beyond anything most folks here could ever imagine. So I found a way to cope at all the red lights, all the stop signs, all the traffic jams.  This will only work if you are a male....
I dry shave in my pick up. Instead of letting these things bother me? I shave
Most folks would say, isn't that uncomfortable? No not when you use a good razor and travel , in traffic both ways to the jobsite.
This is why I posted on the " meaningless drivel " forum
I feel if something as simple as this can help one person out?
It was worth posting , just smile and dry shave.
Everyone benafiets , the world is a safer place
And I continue my count down till I'm in ME, near my daughter, assembling the camp I worked so hard on for the both of us.   And her future family
Just shave.  Lol. Ps and I look spiffy all the time
I’m tired of walking, and will rest for a minute and grow some wheels. This is the promise of this tiny ad:
Do you really know how to assess landscape?
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