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I wasn’t living the rich life of connection and community that I craved. My new life feels like an invitation: Go ahead and bloom, like a desert wildflower after a good rain. I’ve been invited to dinner, had lunch with a new friend, and enjoyed a show at the Popejoy Theater. A balmy Wednesday evening finds me on the second-story terrace overlooking Old Town, sipping a tropical mocktail and listening to my new acquaintance’s thoughts on sustainable agriculture, something I know nothing about. Thursday’s happy hour means I’m savoring hibiscus kombucha in a cool brew pub, while an entertaining biology nerd explains to me how to smoke a beehive.
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