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I was on a road trip with college friends. I had known these girls, especially one of them, for several semesters. But being together around campus and traveling together on a road trip were very different experiences.
On the way home, we unknowingly took a wrong turn out of town and headed east instead of west. For several hours, none of the towns we passed through seemed to be on our map, and by the time we realized what had happened, we were seriously delayed. We’d planned to stay with a cousin on the way home, but because of the map-reading mistake, that was clearly out of the question. To make matters worse, when my parents had lent us the car, they’d asked us to drive only during daylight hours, and now we were driving into the night. My friends were unconcerned about my parents’ rule, but I became angry and a bit sour.
My friends were unconcerned about my parents’ rule, but I became angry and a bit sour.
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