Casual Conversations

It’s interesting, the direction that casual conversations tend to take, depending on life at any given moment.  Over exactly the past month, I have been able to meet up in person with several prominent members of my social circle…and I just find myself in awe of how far we’ve all come.

In many ways, we’re all still searching.  In just as many other ways, we have all become our own brilliant realizations of our adult selves.

Regularly checking in with peers is important — not to use their lives as benchmarks for comparison, that oh my life could/should be so much better, but to seek inspiration, advice, and perspective.

Shoutout to Andrew for the great family BBQ/hang today.  Grateful.




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