I just wrote a short email to an old friend, to let him know I’m moving and, in a page, make up for not talking for six months. Err….
I ended it with a line that seemed right to the email, without really thinking it through before writing it. I DID think that line through after I’d read it, and it’s more profound than I meant it to be and more accurate than I would have expected it to be, too.
Thought I’d share it with you. I give you credit for helping make it true, anyway.
“Been thinking of you, and good ol’ times, and wanted to drop you a line and let you know I’m still alive, and life is (while not yet what I dreamed it would be) pretty damn good, and looking to get a little better, even.
“Hope you’re well.”
And that goes for all of you.