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Driving Into the Wal-Mart parking lot recently, deep in conversation with my daughter, I inadvertently cut off a woman and her son who were trying to walk in front of my car.
The woman got so angry she pounded on the rear end of my car as I passed by When I heard the loud bang, the cowgirl in me sprang to life. Even though I was in the wrong and immediately sorry for my thoughtlessness, everything changed when she hit my vehicle. I was ready to jump out and deck her. Thank goodness I was slowed down by having to hunt for a place to park.
About the author
Ginny Luedeman is a Christian Science practitioner. She lives in Salem, Oregon.
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