Like most people in America I have to commute to work, but I'm not looking for sympathy I would like to share my drive.
This is my kitchen window view, I get to see this every morning over coffee before the dreaded commute to work.
As I approach the highway entrance ramp my last glimpse of nature before the high-speed commute.
Another difficult merge into the throngs of sour commuters, I never count the cars but on this day I saw five in the first five miles of my hellish ride to work.
On the exit ramp I begin to wonder how anyone can live with all this pavement and urban sprawl, I have to get past that now and get on my "A" Game. It is work after all.
After that horrible 6 mile commute is over at least the views from my office window isn't that bad and I Allow myself to calm down before the day begins in earnest.
I hope you all have as terrible a drive to work as I do. If you lived in the White Mountains of New Hampshire you too would have to put up with these scenes every day so count your blessings.