Home Sweet Home

My initial impressions of my hometown were that a great deal has changed.  The city has grown.

Time actually spent there has offered my impressions much needed clarity.  The soul of the city is the same as it’s ever been.  That is to say, there’s a relaxed air blanketing a poorly hidden turmoil.  I’m reminded why I left.

New buildings change a city, about as much as new trees change a forest.

I’m home now, and I am glad to be.

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