I am NOT okay with my road trip being (essentially) over, but if it has to end, I’m glad it ended with today.
I left Erin and Tim’s apartment to meet Kaitlyn for brunch. She was friends with Michal in Austin, and when she moved to Dallas, Michal told us to be friends. She’s back in St. Louis (where her family is) after going through some truly hellish months. It was nice to hang out, catch up in person, and support each other. I’ve always liked Kaitlyn because of her Strong Independent Woman attitude, but I found yet another commonality between us today. Neither of us are very interested in mastering anything; instead, our passion is in learning enough to be competent and then moving on to something else. She’s always such an encouragement to me, and I hope in some small way I was the same for her. Continue reading