I think my issue stems back to high school. Without getting into the details I had a major blowout with my two best friends when we were seniors. I was dating my wife at the time and so I spent that last semester of high school mainly with her or by myself. Maybe I’ve just been afraid to foster close friendships since that happened. I had friends in college – before I got married. Two of my classmates live in disparate parts of the country but we maintain contact at Christmas or on other occasions with an occasional phone call.
I guess what I’m saying is that I like my current situation. You’re probably right that I’m missing out. I travel on a regular basis with work associates and I would call these folks friends. We have an enjoyable time as we travel and I’m glad they are with me but we don’t get together otherwise. But I’m OK with that.]]>
AJ, if I were the EQ Pres. I would really appreciate hearing those concerns.]]>
He is in his fifies, still in EQ and honestly that program has done nothing to help further his progress.]]>
Oh well. Guess it will forever be a mystery to you.]]>
#39 Misty-Seth ~ It’s HTML symbol code. Only true nerds know it off the top of their heads.
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In case we needed more proof of what I really am… ♥]]>
Bonding the group requires a lot of social activities first, especially a fractured one. Then we add some service events and so on.
It wouldn’t be menrichment if we had girls at Halo, would it. But they play enough that there are plenty of other opportunities. With the D&D – they let anyone in anytime. If you are near Minnesota they meet up in their basements once a week.]]>
Seth, quit bragging about using your wife’s settings. This is a family blog.]]>
It would be nice to have a formal “menrichment” activity sometime. But, I’m not complaining; we’ve got it pretty good.]]>
I was using my wife’s settings.]]>