It is truly a small world. I was on the train going to the day job the other day and I spotted a familiar face in the crowd. I kept glancing at them trying to remember where I recognized them from. It took me a few stops before I placed where I had seen their face before. When I did I was please and shocked. It was one of my high school teachers. As I continued to study them I realized they were doing the same to me. I laughed and since they were standing close to me I said hi and called them by name. They blinked and had a look like how do you know me and I am sure I know you but from where. We pulled into another stop and a seat right next to me opened up and they sat. I told them who I was and how we knew each other.
After that we talked about what we had both been up to since high school oh so many years ago. To soon my high school teacher reached her stop and we parted ways. We talked so much we forgot to exchange contact info. I was cursing myself for not thinking of it when we talked. I haven’t kept in touch with much people from my high school year. Heck even my college years. I do try but we grew apart. But with it being such a small world maybe my high school teacher and I will run into each other on the subway again and this time before I start talking I will get her contact info so we can keep in touch.
It was great reconnecting with her and brought back lots of memories.
Who have you reconnected with lately?
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