As I get older it's interesting to see how relationships change with the people I am close to. What's equally interesting is how people don't grow out of the desire to be in cliques. If you hang out with the same person/people every week, including your wife, you're probably in a clique; albeit it might be a small one.
I've been in Dallas for two months and I've recently had to take a step back and ask myself if I'm going out of my way to meet new people or if I'm happy with the amount of people that I already have as friends. I was, until last week, happy with the amount of people that I'm friends with. #selfish
While my friend is probably right to some extent, I think the more friends you have over time the more you realize that people are crappy and undependable; for the long-term and the short. But I don't want that to be a reason I stop being friends with old friends, and I definitely don't want that to be a reason I stop pursuing new relationships with people.
If someone asks you to hang out...hang out with them. Better yet, ask someone to hang out. If there wasn't ever a time in your life that you didn't have to make friends than you can stay in your clique forever.
Things to think about:
-Does anyone ever call you back when you apply to jobs on job websites
-Where do you go to listen to new awesome music
-My ipod from 2008 still works
-In Korea they have washers that also dry clothes...or dryers that wash clothes
-Are you Bing or Google
-I eat more Ritz than could possibly be healthy
Things to watch:
Why I love Korea
Presidential debate analysis
Phrases that I hate:
It'll just work itself out. "I really need a job when I get to Vegas." "It'll just work itself out."
No worries. "Hey man I put that pencil back on your desk." "No worries."