I grew up in a very small town in the upper Midwest. Getting from place to place meant walking. After all, it was only 10-12 blocks to get to where you wanted to go and having your parents drive you was out of the question. "You have two feet, use them!" Small towns didn't have street lights on every corner like the big cities and let me tell you...it's quiet. I was terrified to be walking alone...my big fear of the dark that someone or something would jump out from the moonlit trees and take me away.
Today, I relish the solitude of a moonlit walk. Isn't it wonderful that we face our fears and move on. What was your biggest fear?