JUNE LAKE LOOP | CALIFORNIA
I feel like I constantly narrate my own life. Speaking in a deep man voice (Morgan Freeman to be exact) telling myself the plot of my own story. The little details you think in your head but never want to say out loud & all the memories from your past that seemingly don't relate to whatever you were originally thinking. Yet it gives a clue to how you became your present self. Like when you go back in dialogue to the beginning of the story but you are in the middle of the movie.
I reflect on a period in my life when I used to get coffee with one of my friends normally once a month. Every time we would meet we would discuss what was new in our lives and those people we both knew. I'm one of those people that my ups always come with downs so I can normally talk your ear off, as long as I get past my annoying introverted self. Our conversations would normally last hours because of the stories we would discuss.
Anyhow, my point is, everyone has a story to tell. One we may find insignificant. One we may find alarming or too ostentatious for our own liking but a story nonetheless. It could be one you find intriguing. You just have to be willing to ask.
Being open and willing to listen to someone is one of the best gifts & I recommend giving it a go. After all you never know who you could meet or what you could possibly learn.