Having lunch (or is it late dinner, with my schedule?) at Pete's. The new 9" pie is great. The best part? It's not limited to just a few different kinds of basic pies. Any pie from the menu, at just the right size for me. (I went with the Staven today.) Maybe there is room for dessert, too.
The toughest part about being there for someone (especially in tough times) is knowing that you have absolutely no business doing so due to having not been appropriately enough present in that person's life the past (or recently) compared to others -- qualitatively or quantitatively. Shutting up and saying/doing nothing may be the most genuine act.
I am that integral puzzle piece that bridges otherwise disparate (groups of) people. When I am in that role, though, I completely disappear in everyone's eyes. It is excruciatingly difficult to watch connection happen before my eyes between people who I brought together, yet know that I will never have the privilege of such deep connection myself.