Thomas Wolfe wrote, "You can't go home again." The longer I'm away, the truer this becomes.
Why can't you go "home" again? Because you're a different person when you go back. Because the place you're from doesn't change the way you do. Because the people you know change in different ways. Because "home" isn't what you thought it was supposed to be. Because outside your hometown life holds up a mirror and forces you to take a good hard look at who you are, what you want, and how you operate. And when you figure that out, your hometown doesn't seem to fit anymore--if it even ever did.
In other words, "How you gonna keep 'em down on the farm?"
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