Stuart was on about something again.
“I don’t know,” I said. I had pretty much always taken the existence of family for granted. Didn’t think about it much.
Stuart obviously had and his own experience of family was not encouraging.
“What I do know,” he said, “is that for me — and I think this is true for my generation — family seemed kind of irrelevant. I know when I was a kid, I never wanted to spend time with relatives. They were boring.
“What I had instead was friends. You don’t choose your family, so you’re stuck with the luck of the draw. You do choose your friends. So, when Thanksgiving comes around, I want to spend it with those near and dear to me, in other words, my…
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