Bara Cailín 3: 35 ‘the fact of this approximation’

It is sometimes fun to be taken somewhere and not know where you are going. There is something magical about the mystery. Supposedly.

But not always and certainly not this time. Mac tried to look out the windows but couldn’t see a thing. The sound of the engine was so loud that he couldn’t really hear anything either.

Mac tried to focus on the time he thought they were taking. He tried counting the seconds in his head as he couldn’t see his watch in the darkness but nothing he did could ever be precise and so the fact of this approximation only served to further fuel his fear.

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