It has indeed been a year since I started out this blog and going into my seventh year of doing this commute.
Tempus fugit. (Time flies!)
I’ve had many trying times… too many, many times.
I try to stay positive and find little things to do like writing this blog (got to practice that handwriting after all – not just exercising my fingers typing), finding long-lost friends in the train while making new ones, enjoying when the train come and go on time, and of course traffic-free drives, giving me encouragement to carry on.
Thank you all for reading and supporting me in my journey!
I live in Victorville. I commute everyday from Victorville to Downtown Los Angeles.
Distance is about 85 miles. Converted to kilometers (for those using metric system) is about 85 miles x 1.6 = 136 kilometers.
I used to drive from home to Metrolink Fontana Station. Now, I drive from home to Metrolink Rancho Cucamonga. Why? Know here!
Somewhere in between, an outbreak of disorder happens; may be a disturbance in the physical environment or of the mind or spirit. Just like the one that prompted this blog.
This is where I come in – I LIVED to tell the tale.
But the story doesn’t stop there, does it?
Though commuting does take a chunk of time, I admit, I still have another life too, you know. Oh yes, another one besides commuting. The lines aren’t confined to commuting. They just keep traveling… traversing… (colliding even) from home to work, work to home and everything, anything in between.
You’ll be the first to hear it when it happens!
Read all about it in here.
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