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I know it’s irrational. And still I got up and as soon as it was light enough I went to the back door, like I do every day, to check out the sunrise and see what the world looks like. We rarely have fog, we have wide open spaces and I cannot even see the trees in the back yard. It makes me feel uneasy and I know that is irrational. There is nothing out there in the fog waiting to harm me. 

And still I quickly closed all the curtains and created a safe little place for me. I guess the next time we have fog my goal is going to be to get my shoes on and go for a little walk in the fog. I have never done that and perhaps once I do, the uneasiness will leave me. (It might also help if I don’t say outloud whenever there is fog “Something wicked this way comes.”

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    Do you have any irrational fears?

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    Do you ever have dense fog in your area?

    • Yes
    • No


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  1. Fog and the reality of fog is all about the unknown.
    We are bound to our senses (sight, touch, sound, taste) when one is removed (sight) we have the uneasy feeling.

    I love walking in the fog. It is a different experience than walking in the rain, sunshine or snow. But then I love walking.

  2. The most dense fog I have ever seen was when we lived on Lake Erie. It’s a very large body of water and temperature changes close to the land can cause a fog so dense that you literally can’t see 5 feet in front of you. It was quite disconcerting.


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