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A blurred beauty.

A vague beauty.

I distinctly remember this day. In fact, I don’t think I will ever forget it.
It was the first time I ever got to be on a plane as more than just a passenger. It was the first time I was at my future ‘office’ since knowing of my future job. It was also the first time I was on a plane when the power suddenly cut out and I was left standing in the dark, wondering what had just happened. Turns out it’s not that hard to forget a group of people on a plane and just disconnect the ground power.
Being forgotten has since become…well, not so uncommon. You’d think it’d happen less often since, you know…we’re dressed like warning signs.
When you’re left on a beauty like this though, who’s complaining.

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