Tom, Dick, and Harriet were “joined-at-the-hip” classmates in kindergarten. They had not seen each other in 30 years. Reconnecting with each other on Facebook had started out innocently enough, but like all relationships that come to an end, they soon discovered that the reasons that separated them, all those years ago, were still as valid now as they were then.
For inexplicable reasons, they decided to arrange a meeting between the three of them once it was discovered that Tom & Dick lived in the same area and Harriet was coming to their area on business.
The problem was, “Where should this meeting take place?”
Since all three had strong opinions about the matter, and some places were considerably more difficult to get to for some, it was decided that they would pick the easiest location—-where it would be very private.
At the time, they had no idea what a problem this would be—-they were too busy being back in kindergarten—-in their heads.
Meetings among long-lost friends can be exhausting—-even if it does provide an opportunity to vent.
By Charles Buell, Real Estate Inspections in Seattle
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