a traffic jam

Today Patrick, Aydan and I were driven to Orca. It’s a store that is kind of like an Ikea and Crate and Barrel but not at all like them. We’ve tried going three times and this was the first time it was actually open. On our way home we were stuck in some traffic. When we got to the troubled spot there were four cars in the middle of an intersection. They were all facing each other, nearly touching, some trying to turn left and others trying to go straight; each refusing to back up to let the other pass. They sat in their cars stone faced, waiting. Everyone else had to drive around them. Good work, guys.

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One response to “a traffic jam

  1. That sounds familiar. 🙂 I think about you guys often and hope you are adjusting well.

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