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“When we arrived at the intersection of Walnut Ave (Bancroft Rd on the other side) & Ygnacio Valley Rd, the traffic was so jammed up. Naturally my car became closer to hers, and I could see her face more clearly,” Flanner described.
“I wanted to make up a name for her, but then I thought no, let it be a surprise if I ever talked to her. She had the softest skin I’ve ever seen, although I didn’t touch it, but that was how I perceived it from my car.
Her hair was still all messed up by the wind, and it was extraordinary style although it was just lying there undone on her shoulders and some scattered down on her face. It was exhilarating!”
“We stopped again at the next stop-light, and I could see that she was re-situating her car‘s middle mirror or removing something of it, while I was grabbing my bottle of water. It was warming up and I felt so thirsty. I thought if I had my binoculars, which I used in watching the birds, I could have been able to see her more clearly.”
Flanner was in a melancholy state of mind or a kind of unstable thoughts rushing all at the same time to his mind, saying: “Again, I kept asking myself if I went bananas or if my mind was just playing games on me to keep me busy while driving on the road?Was it the heat and the busy traffic? Oops, another car cut me down and took my spot behind my lady, what should I do now?”
That was a dilemma for Flanner losing his baby on the road!
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