Quote of the day: “Politeness and consideration for others is like investing pennies and getting dollars back.” ~Thomas Sowell
Song of the day: “Blue Skies for Everyone” by B. Schneider
State of mind: a little confused
Date: 9/26/07 (Full Moon)
Say you were throwing a party. You didn’t have all the details yet, but you expressed to a large group of folks that you intended on having one and that they were all invited. Say you were invited to a gathering that was to take place before that party and the person that invited you also invited someone special. Because of a miscommunication, the special person called you about the gathering and was confused about how many people were attending. Being the helpful sort, you tell them who would be there. This special person is shy and doesn’t want to be surrounded by so many people but you really want to meet this person, because of all the special-ness. And you’re having a party! But oh, it’s also open to the very same people that will be at the gathering that the special person doesn’t want to meet with. What do you do?
I know what I would do. But I’m curious how others would handle the situation first before I post what I would do, and what happened.