I had lunch today with two of my best baby boomer buddies.
If you had been sitting nearby with your back to us, you would
have immediately pegged us as members of that elite
generation, due to one gigantic clue.
Our topics of conversation.
Within seconds of greeting each other, we seamlessly
slid from "What's up?" to "What hurts?".
Second subject was diet. What we can eat and what we can't eat.
Third subject was what procedure we just endured and/or
what procedure was coming up.
A strong bond between friends is made even stronger when
sharing what the first thing you said was after you regained consciousness
after a colonoscopy.
We "get" each other. We support each other.
Iron sharpens iron.
We'll do it again in another month or two.
Pick up right where we left off.
Then probably pick up prescriptions on the way home...