One Scary Commute

A Day Seared in Memory

Photo by Dietmar Reichle on Unsplash

My daily commute in the late 1970s was typically a very boring affair. There is one day, however, when it was far from boring.

I was traveling along a two-lane road in NE Arkansas. It was early morning and I was on my way from the office in Jonesboro, AR to a school district some 40-to-50 miles away. For 4 out of 5 days of the week I drove to a distant school district for my job…




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