Maybe you've also noticed that some miles pass by in a cartoon blur, so fast it’s hard to enjoy the scenery. Others crawl past in slow motion and we must resist the urge to punch the gas and speed past milestones we might never see again.
Yes, I’ve learned a lot on my 10-million minute road trip.
Trust is a bonding agent.
Today, as I look in the rear-view mirror at all we've experienced together, I wonder if I've been wrong all along. This grand road trip launched from a parking lot in 1993 wasn’t really to our first home. It was to our last.
Whether your own trip is just beginning or if the last exit is in sight, may we all drive well and arrive safely at an eternal home.
Jason Wright is a New York Times bestselling author of 10 books, including "Christmas Jars," "The Wednesday Letters," and "The 96th Annual Apple Valley Barn Dance." He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or jasonfwright.com.
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