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The movie had just ended and the picture on the television set screamed black and white fuzz My eyes shifted to the window and were greeted by the same picture as that on the television It had begun sleeting earlier that day Later it turned to snow which was still pelting the white-blanketed earth After reading the time from my watch three-thirty am I decided I should probably head for home My mind was thinking of the basketball practice our coach had graciously scheduled for seven o clock am on Thanksgiving Day now less than three and a half-hours away I recall saying something as I left to the effect of Im probably going to wreck I did not mean the words that I had said but somehow they seemed to slip out of my mouth My girlfriend scolded me for thinking such a thought then sent me on my way There are some things in a persons life he or she will never forget For some it may be a first kiss For others it is the delicious smell of their grandmothers kitchen as she scurried this way and that all the while baking and mixing and clanking and cookingPersonally I will never forget how peaceful my surroundings seemed as I stepped into the driveway that wistful morning The snowflakes fell in beautiful crystalline shapes none the same as another It was perfectly silent and the moon shone over the trees that lined the road It seemed like such a perfect moment of frozen bliss This was the exact middle of nowhere five miles down some terrible dirt road in rustic northwestern Pennsylvania so what did I expect The air bit at my face and hands yet it seemed so still A chill ran my spine and my thoughts were lost I had no idea what perils lay waiting for me My girlfriend watched from the door as her boyfriends tracks faded
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