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  • Today, I went for a walk in the woods.
    I went for a walk in the woods, listening to this beautiful song, one of those, so big and magical, one of those that always brighten my day.

    This was the best day of my whole week.

    I was slightly singing and dancing along to that great song, watching my dog running up and down the path.

    I took my dog for a walk in the woods and it was Sunday. It wasn't a very sunny Sunday and I had to put my cardigan on, the warm one.
    I didn't expect anything remarkable to happen, well, at least not more than usual, but as I was walking down that path, relieved by this beautiful song, I saw a deer, standing only fifty metres away from me.
    It was pulling some leaves of a small tree and didn't seem to notice my presence but nevertheless it was exuding such beauty and lightness that I couldn't get my eyes off it. I was so stunned of its presence in this small forest, all crossed by trails and screaming little children and old couples, going for their Sunday walk like me, and it was just standing there.
    I looked at it for some minutes before I continued on my way, throwing the stick for the dog and thinking about the beauty of life and music.

    Later that day I was lying on the balcony of my mother's and sister's flat with my dog looking past me, down to the trees and the street, I was petting her neck while writing this story and I just thought:
    This is my day...
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