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You would think, after all these years, the hollowness would lessen. You would be wrong. At least in my case.
Watching the back and forth of the politicians for months—more months than the public should be forced to endure. Then, near the end of the seemingly endless campaigns Sandy, a major natural weather disaster on the verge of swamping much of the eastern coast of the country.
40 years of sharing such events are not easily forgotten. The shock of experiencing them as a party of one doesn’t ebb.
The turbulence of the storm seen on the television screen is a metaphor for the turbulence of the heart. And you find yourself desperately wishing you could turn back the clock.