Mind of The Wandering Monk: #0011 – Best Friends and Petty Theft
When you’ve known someone for 20 years, there are no limits to what you feel comfortable saying to them. And while Ted and I have had (and continue to have) our issues, our love is like the fat that rises to the top of the soup; but like a heart soup, with insults and acceptance instead of beef and vegetables.
Last week, we joined up in this tiny beach town on the New England coast where we’ve met many times over the years — a safe, peaceful place, where the neighbors give us sideways glances and the bartenders are ready with whiskey bottles upon our arrival — to drive fast, laugh hysterically, expose our hearts, and occasionally commit petty theft.
I can’t imagine life without this man, and I’m not sure he could deal with a world without me.
Here’s a glimpse into the life, and friendship, we share:
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