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Never to late

Never to late

Recently Korie and I traveled to Florida for an event. We crossed a toll bridge that costs us 75 cents. Traveling back after the event, we came upon the toll bridge, but discovered the charge was only 25 cents. We looked at each other. Either the bridge was having a sale or we were on the wrong bridge. But we paid our quarter and continued on. It didn’t take long to discover we had gone the wrong way. The 25 cent charge was a warning. Be alert. When you start to go down the wrong road in life, there will be warning signs. But, remember, here’s the best part, it’s never too late to turn around. Have a great week. Hugs 2-mama

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