“We should get together sometime.”
It’s one of those things I found myself saying when I would run into someone I hadn’t seen for a while.
This particular time was at my niece’s wedding shower.
When you’re part of a large family like mine, it’s nearly impossible to have one-on-one conversations with everyone at a family event. There are just too many people!
On this particular occasion, I found myself standing in the buffet line behind my brother’s wife.
I had always wanted to get to know her a little better, but she wasn’t always able to come to family gatherings… and they live about an hour and a half away, so I can’t just drop in.
While we stood in line together, we talked about how exciting it was for her daughter to be getting married and everything that goes into planning a wedding.
She asked what I was up to and I told her about our new deck and how the garden was overflowing. And then I said those words… “We should get together sometime. You should come down for dinner.”
We both agreed we would make plans to do so when the wedding was over.
Does this sound familiar?
You’re at a conference and you’re thinking you should go up and introduce yourself to your favorite speaker.
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