A Colorado/Texas Connection
I thought it was a strange coincidence when a co-worker decided to move to the same very small town where a good friend of mine lives. It gets stranger (curiouser)
Our executive producer Kat is moving with her family to Borger, Texas, the same small town where my high school/college buddy James lives with his family. I blogged about that last week, small world etc. Kat had some questions about her soon-to-be home. I asked James if he'd take a call from her to get some info, he said, 'sure"
So last night they talked on the phone. James answered her questions about pre-school and other Borger stuff. Then they kept talking about families, and where are you from?...where have you lived? .
Here's the twist.
It turns out Kat's husband Jared had a Grandmother who was the sister of James' Grandmother! Jared and James are second cousins. Kat and Jared have even been to a family reunion at James' parents house in the Denver area. They didn't remember meeting each other that day, but they're pretty sure they must have. So this started as a friend moving to the same small town as another friend, and became semi-distant relatives connecting.
The Colorado/Texas connection was stronger and stranger than we thought.
So good luck Kat. Say "hey" to James for me!
We'll talk again soon.
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