Last night was also a spectacular evening. Kat, Mike, Shane, Simon,
and I chatted over coffee for a while, then had Korean BBQ. One of the
highlights of the night was heading down to the lake. We watched a
thunderstorm in the distance and talked of many different things.
We should have more nights like that – and perhaps, sometime, some
The night also raised an interesting question, which I’ll reflect on
more over the next few.
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