A Black Cat and An All Nighter
Yesterday morning, I was leaving a friend’s home when a beautiful BLACK cat decided to turn from the direction it was headed and cross my path. I honestly said a little prayer so my day would go without hiccups. God had much more important things to do than to worry about a silly superstition. I actually blew it off as well … silly superstitions! Happily I drove home to continue my day. As it turned out, it was a day of … If anything could go wrong, it did, at the worst possible moment. Thankful for unexpected guests and calls from well wishers … my BIG list of to dos continued to slip to the end of the day and on until 7:00am when I finally had to just shove all my leftover gear into a bag, so I could leave for the airport. On my way to ME in 10 minutes … I’ll finished packing my pack … eventually. Darn cat!
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Hi Major League, I have been on Trek now for quite a while following thru hikers no no but not a sobo! Good for you! I admire diversity! Not to worry about that black cat. He/she maybe just wanted to come along for the walk! Stay tuned! Ed England.([email protected]) over in northern Wisconsin.