City slicker vs. country girl
There are certain things that one doesn’t experience in day to day working life, unless one works in the downtown area of a mid- to large-sized city. After working in such an area for more than a year, I’ve noticed a number of things I hadn’t ever seen or experienced while growing up and working in Princeton.
Even a mid-sized city like Peoria has a certain glamour and appeal for a small town girl like me. Cities bring back images I guess I must have seen in movies of career women working in business jobs in the city. There’s something very attractive about it – very professional and classy. It inspires me to do my best in what I’m doing – to work hard, give it my all, and to take pride in that.
But first, there’s the commute each morning. Ah, rush hour traffic. Every town and city has its own little rush hour or certain time when the traffic is almost guaranteed to be awful. Even certain routes and streets have time periods when the congestion will be better or worse. But a commute plus summer construction always creates bad results – and unfortunately, often seems to bring out the worst driving in people.
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