I think the happiest people are those who can transition from one setting to another effortlessly. Pluck them out of one pond, dump them into another – they’re fine. They adjust. And chances are -- the more they had to be dumped into a variety ponds in their youth, the better they become at finding cool comforts in the next murky pond.
Put simply, a bizarre and everchanging childhood at least puts you in good stead for all those back and forths that are going to be thrust upon you later in life.
So, here I am, back home, falling into the simple routines of a Saturday – the Westside Community Market, with all the sweet flavors of late summer…
… yes, fine, I'm liking the stroll across the street, the return to dinner planning, to reading cases even, to eating granola on the condo balcony.
But that doesn’t mean that I have put aside thoughts of my quick spin into Chicago life.
Okay, let me switch focus. Madison. Madison.
And tomorrow, I’ll do Sunday cleaning and shop moonlighting, and for dinner, I’ll fix…
Yes, I’m back home again.