As we roll out into the darkness of the morning, I am always surprised by that first look out into the world as the garage door opens, how the world has changed overnight. I grew up in California so I do not have the habit of checking the weather report. I never have any idea if it has snowed or if the roads are covered with ice. We also live on the far northwestern edge of the Eastern time zone, so it is always dark — from early in the afternoon until late in the morning.Essay: Looking to Martin Luther King Jr. Day to Light the Way Forward - NBC News
Barreling out into the darkness every morning feels like such a leap into the unknown.
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Monday, January 16, 2017
Essay: Looking to Martin Luther King Jr. Day to Light the Way Forward - NBC News
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