Everyone Has a Story to Tell

I had always heard her referred to as “Mary Meatballs”, so I was a little confused when she joined me at my table in the restaurant and introduced herself as “Julie”.  Although a little confused, I stood up and hugged her for a very long time.  I felt like I melted into her, as if she were taking on some of my feelings and thoughts.  I was dining with one of Jake’s closest friends from childhood, who happened to be in town.  Julie joined us for a while.  I don’t remember all of the conversation (I had been drinking a very powerful beer)–but I remember her saying “Everyone has a story to tell.  Everyone should tell their stories.”  Thanks Julie/Mary Meatballs for inspiring me to tell my stories.

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