I was sitting in a McDonald’s in the city and someone at another table got up and asked me if I was Natasha Cobb. I didn’t recognize the man but when he said his name I instantly knew we’d gone to high school together.
We spoke like old friends rather than two strangers and when I walked away I knew my life was a little better for having spent the fifteen minutes learning more about someone I knew so long ago.
I’m continuously surprised by how much St. Paul’s continues to influence and improve my life. When I graduated I never imagined the support that would persist and carry me into new phases of my life. Grateful is not good enough to describe how I feel. It just keeps getting better.