|Dare to Care|
|Tuesday, November 26, 2013 5:23 AM|
The light shines across the yard at 5 a.m. to reveal a fresh snow that has covered the last leaves that I failed to rake from the yard. It is the first snow fall of the year because “you can track a cat.” Just some minor shoveling to do in front of the garage and around the outdoor wood burner, no big deal. Shower, shave, breakfast, and ready for work when the phone rings at 6:50 a.m. “Can you come to work right away? We got cars in the ditch all over the place,” reports the dispatcher. The reality of that first snowfall suddenly sinks in.
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