Saturday, December 29, 2012

Six Word Sunday



The world is one big town.

Went home to visit the family. They live in the largest city in the state. We went to dinner - a man my brother had worked with came to the table - he was an ex=student of my mother's.

We went out to lunch. The waiter had been my parents' Orkin man. Twenty years ago - and recognized mom.

We went out to breakfast. The waitress was meeting her best friend afterwards and mentioned she (the best friend) went to the same college as my son - who knew the girl. Of course.

Somehow it gives continuity.



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7 comments:

Ron. said...

It's what I like about living here, but without the citification. Small village in a small state. Yessuh.

Hava a great New Year!

restlessjo said...

Yes, it does. Small world, we're always saying.

retired not tired said...

You should travel to the Caribbean and meet an ex-collegue who was on a different ship just in the same port. The world gets smalled all of the time.

Brenda Youngerman said...

I believe that you experienced first hand the six degrees of separation....

Happy New Year

ChiTown Girl said...

I always think it's cool when things like that happen. It is indeed a small world.

Karen S. said...

I agree, our gigantic world sometimes becomes like a close knit continuation of each other. It's a wonderful really it is!

Lizze said...

Wow. It's crazy how connected everything and everyone is, isn't it? I always forget that we don't live within a tiny bubble, consisting of our own little universe while everyone else is outside unaware of what happens in our universe. Very cool. Happy New Year, I hope it brings you everything bright and positive you need and desire in your life. Happy 6WS as well! :-)