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You wake with a start to sunlight coming in your window. You look at your clock. Oh no it is 7:20 no way you can make your 7:30 train. Think when is the next one. Ok it is at 8:15. Well that will give you time for a shower but no breakfast. Oh well you can get something at work.
Off you rush still a bit damp. Gee is it a holiday so little traffic on the road? No don't think it is one. You make it to the station and it is 8:07 not bad.
Strange there is only a couple of people here. Was your train late or the 8:15 early or is it like this every day at this time you wonder.
8:20 no train. 8:26 still no train. You hope there is no trouble on the line. You check your watch again 8:31 still no train but a few more prople.
You hear the bells of the church down the street. They sound nice you think.
Once more you look at your watch it is now 8:36 and still no train. You now look up at the big station clock to check to see if your watch is right and there you see IT the reason things seam off. It is SUNDAY.
So off you slink back home. Hoping all the way that no one who knows you sees you and asks why you are up and out so early.



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The following comments are for "OH NO"
by chapter1

work ethic
Well you did better than I will not say how many time I got to work and found out I should not be there. Thanks for your comment.

( Posted by: chapter1 [Member] On: February 16, 2004 )





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