And I noticed that I got tired when I was around those I had to deal with, work with, handle…and I gained energy when I was with those who I could just be with. While the first category is my problem, not theirs…it gave me a appreciation for the notion that “home is wherever our friends are.”
And, it caused a bell to ring when I saw this quote, for the first time, today:
“I used to think the worst thing in life
was to end up all alone.
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