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Usually I find ways to celebrate those green lights, even if they are only a second long or not.
Sometimes, if I’m in a hurry or if I’m just having a good day and breezing by traffic lights.
But mostly, I celebrate the yellow lights. =)
I’m going to take this question to be about the “green lights” in our life. The times when we have been waiting and waiting, and then finally the goodness comes.
Believe it or not, I don’t. My entire life I have been of the personal opinion that when you achieve something, it should be a private, personal thing. Not to openly celebrated.
Yes… I’m always thankful for the green lights.
I’m always thankful for the red lights while driving with the ones I love
The second sentence is missing an “also” at the beginning
by the way, Trenton… I think this question is more of a direct question rather than a concealed one.
I think this question is metaphorically speaking and that is how I shall answer it.
Amazingly, I usually don’t celebrate the “green lights” or the good things I have. I’ll celebrate something big like an A in the impossible chemistry course but small things, like being able to wake up every morning with a roof over my head and nourishment, I do not celebrate.
The green lights?
Literally and figuratively speaking, no. I don’t celebrate them. ^^”
Literally speaking, there’s one set of lights, and every time I make the green light, turning left, without having to stop, I do a little dance in my car, and celebrate a little bit.
Figuratively speaking, I’d say yes, I also celebrate those. Probably not as much though.
I celebrate the green lights.
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