Living In The Eye of The Storm.

I looked up at the pale blue sky with a cool breeze hitting my face. The weather was perfect for a trip to Busch Gardens Williamsburg. We brought a special visitor — our five-year-old grandson, Bentley.

The warmth of the sun balanced by the coolness of the breeze melted away the stressful drive to Williamsburg. With an accident somewhere between Exit 256 and Exit 242, traffic was at a standstill.

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