A little while back, I woke up at 4:07am to bring a couple of friends to the airport. They were headed to Colorado and had booked an early flight to maximize the amount of time they would spend with their family.
As they got out of the car, they thanked me for the ride as though I had done something extraordinary. Even though I went to bed early and got plenty of sleep, I could sense they felt like my gesture had probably been a burden.
I could sense a feeling of “we owe you.”
I remember wishing they didn’t feel that way. But what I sensed in that interaction wasn’t unfamiliar, by any means.
Read the rest of the post on StorylineBlog.com >>