Chancho made plans, yes he made the plans!, for the group of our friends to go bowling. I needed to know the people he called just to make sure he didn't miss anyone and in figuring that out he mentioned that he wasn't sure if two of our friends were coming. Conversation went as so:
Me: "Are Zach and Savannah going?"
Chancho: "Zach said he wasn't feeling well and didn't know if he was coming."
Me: "Does that mean that Savannah isn't going?"
Chancho: "Probably, I can't see Savannah going without Zach."
It bothered me that Savannah wasn't going to join us for bowling when it was a big group of us, all her friends, just because Zach wouldn't be able to go. There have been so many times that I have gone to outings without Chancho that I can't even count anymore. I guess it just amazes me how attached people are to their surroundings and comfort zones. I can completely understand how they feel, but as I have stepped out of my comfort zone, I assume it's just harder for me to see how others can't do the same.
Listening to: "Miss Independent" by Ne-Yo
Quote of the Day: “One resolution I have made, and try always to keep, is this: to rise above the little things.” -John Burroughs