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Recalculating Misdirection

Short story By: Russ Teed

Sometimes I sway to incorrect decisions.

Submitted:Aug 15, 2012    Reads: 19    Comments: 0    Likes: 1   

There is a special woman in my life without whom I am completely lost. I depend on her discretionary advice dearly for solid direction.

I seem to push her buttons and still turn her on most days. She tells me when I stray to the wrong venues in my daily voyages and guides me correct at every fork in the road I face.

She quickly points out my mistakes with a soothing monotone voice. When I think I know a better path to my desired station in life I am quickly reminded of my misguided tendencies. But the greatest thing about her, unlike other women, is that my GPS has an off button!


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