I’ve heard it said that you should find people who share your same kind of crazy. We’ve done that.
After seeing Ray Chi talk about Serendipity at Creative Mornings Milwaukee, we took a friend’s car for an oil change, so our friend wouldn’t have to take off work.
After two days of summery weather, today it was overcast and rainy. Saw that they had big umbrellas in a stand by the door at the car dealership, so we made use of them and walked a few blocks up one of the busiest highways to go get lunch.
Look how cute we are. He’s of my tribe.
It is axiomatic that relationships are built on long walks in the rain. So there.
Well that, and sitting in a car dealer’s waiting room for a car to be repaired.
In reflecting on the passing of Susan Wirth, and my meeting her for the first time the day before, I have said that I’m glad I met her. Every time something like this happens, one can’t help thinking about the unpredictability of things. I think this is a demonstration of why many philosophers have told us to live in the moment, for ultimately that is all we have.