The Down Low on Net Carbs Let me ask you a quick question; how do you calculate your net carbs? My guess is that, right now, you either googled what the hell a net carb is or started reciting some discombobulated formula – which you most likely found, via google – that makes no sense […]
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It just means I have to do better today, which shouldn’t be hard now that I know I can get through a day without chocolate or soda.
On one hand, I feel excited and ready. On the other hand, I don’t think I’ve ever seen this many carbs in one morning… ever. Isn’t it funny how you never notice something until you can’t eat it?
What would you do if you woke up in a strange place with no memories? You have recollections, but nothing concrete to work with. There’s a Maze that must be solved, but the puzzle is unlike any other. The only instinct you have is to get home.
Maybe that’s what I’m trying to share with the world, though. Those truck drivers that you are so determined to get in front of, they have families. Instead of being with them every night, they’re out there driving down the road – hauling fuel, food, asphalt, equipment, and other commodities that we need to survive. They have little girls and boys who are home, impatiently awaiting the arrival of their daddy – or mommy. When you cut them off, they can’t stop as fast as you can. If their brakes go out, their truck will destroy your car and – unfortunately, due to the way Americans tend to perceive truck drivers – instead of going home to their families, they’ll be sitting in prison because you drove like a jackass and couldn’t wait five extra minutes to get home to the home you sleep at every night.
As she did in “The Broken Girls”, Simone St. James found a way to end a story – laced with mystery, death, and crime – with a happy ending filled with love and happiness.
With all that drama and so many sad story lines, it’s hard to believe the ending was happy, but it really was.