October 26, 2002
“I feel like you want to be everywhere,” someone once said to me. And she was right. Not in the sense of wanting to be involved in everything, but rather needing to have a sort of holistic view of things. That necessitated getting around in a way. “The more places you are, the sharper, quicker, and more flexible you become,” says Mike. But I wonder if that’s true. Perhaps in flitting about, you just spread yourself thin, with very little real commitment to anyone or anything. Now I like to dip into different things, but I know where home is.