Just got home from Girls’ Night, and

as I’m preparing to go upstairs and snuggle under the covers with this book, I couldn’t be more thankful for my little community of ladies, mothers, near-mothers and others. I am thankful I accepted an invitation to Book Club three-ish years ago, an invitation into what would become this group of thoughtful, intelligent, supportive and genuinely interesting people. People who will bring you a casserole at the whif of crisis and tell you when your zipper is down. My mother is a part of a circle like this in our small town that first gathered when I was a toddler, and they still meet once a month for breakfast, thirty-some years later. They call themselves the “Breakfast Club” and they still don’t know why that’s funny. I see us in eighteen years, bitching about college tuition and marveling at the people we’ve created and raised together.

Also, I continue to fall in love with my neighborhood, for hosting places like this.

And also, I’ve had some wine.

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One comment

  1. Erica

    I loved Eat Pray Love. Eat and Love were my favorties, Pray was a bit harder to get through, but it was a fabulous book. Happy Reading!(I just finished Atonement for my book club, VERY good, and started A Thousand Splendid Suns (Kite Runner author) last night and couldn’t put it down.)

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