Thursday, February 27, 2014

Red light green light


I still remember being able to see those traffic lights as we drove along in the car. As long as I could remember, my parents told me all about the significance of red light and green light. Red meant to stop, orange meant to get ready, and green meant to go.

I used to play so many games with myself as we drove along and in those days I had enough vision to see the lights as we approached. I used to make bets with myself as to whether or not we would make the red light in time and as to whether or not we would catch the green light before it turned red again.

The traffic lights always fascinated me and I can still see them in my mind's eye. This was my favorite game as we drove along in the family's car but I don't think that anyone really knew. Ah yes! Memories forever!

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