Originally Posted by LovingRadiance
-Maca and I were discussing this the other night-I'm very "inclusive".
So I tend to just "bring people along" in my life.
If someone shows up at our place and I am in the middle of cleaning out the garage, I will incorporate them into it.
If I am on my way to go run errands, I'll just take them along with me to run errands.
If I have a coffee date with a friend and get a call that someone else is in crisis and needs help; I'll take the coffee friend to go help the friend in crisis.
Because of this my friends tend to get to know each other well and over the course of time they tend to build relationships with one another as well.
This is very disconcerting (so I'm told) to people who are "new" to my life. It was especially so for Maca. But once a person is around for a bit they tend to say it's a "blessing" because they find that instead of having a friend (or one rope) to hang on in their time of need, they have a whole network (or a net) to depend on in time of need.
This sounds like a great way to be!
I'd love to meet you guys sometime. Do you ever come to Homer? I end up in the Anchorage area now and then, but it's usually spur-of-the-moment, whenever a few good reasons to be there coincide.