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The Right Experience
Sunday, April 1, 2012

One morning, I pulled out of my driveway and discovered I had a flat tire. I had changed a flat once when I was in college, and I vowed then that in the future I would make enough money to be able to afford to have someone do it for me. I sat in the car for a moment, thinking about what to do. I called my husband, a totally fruitless thing to do, since he was in Florida and I was in Texas.

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