The decision was an easy one and depended on one’s mood.
If you took the road right, you went Nowhere if you took the road left you went Somewhere.
If you were feeling a bit down and not all that happy in the world, you went Nowhere. Nowhere was one of those places where the pace of life was slow and when you walked down the main street, you always had the feeling that whatever task it was you might be undertaking, if you didn’t get it done today there was always tomorrow.
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