“I am at home with the me. I am rooted in the me who is on this adventure.”
—Dr. Oatman, Grosse Pointe Blank
Unlike the image At Home With The Me may conjure, this series of posts will not be about me hanging out at home in my oldest sweats with a pint of Häagen Dazs in one hand, Sauvignon Blanc in the other, and all the episodes of Frasier queued up on my DVR. This is a series of posts about being okay with who you are.