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The Path of Totality

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In August last year, parts of the United States witnessed a full solar eclipse. There was roughly a 70-mile-wide (113 km) “path of totality,” and the lucky individuals along this path got to experience an awesome phenomenon. At first, I didn’t understand the hype, but my daughter lives near Nashville, which was in the path of totality, so she invited us to be part of it all. I am so thankful we went because we got to experience this breathtaking event as a family. It left me pondering deep thoughts, which I enjoy (though it leaves my family shaking their

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