Thursday, March 15, 2007

Shaking off cabin fever

I continued walking down the bike path. Some of it was still covered in snow. In the warm sunlight, the snow rapidly turned into mush. I stomped through puddles. The wind hit me on the left and on the right, and the water stirred in the puddles. I saw water bubbling out of its ice cover. People and dogs trotted past me, happy for the warmth and for the chance to shake off their cabin fever.

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