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The Kindness of Dinner

Last night, I didn't have any plans but didn't feel like sitting at home bored. I contacted one of my friends and asked whether she wanted to have dinner together, be it out at a restaurant or cooking at home. She responded that she had a ton of food and I should come on over. I got there, and she did, indeed have a TON of food. She offered me two kinds of chicken, leftover Chinese food, side dishes and salad. We had a feast! She's the kind of person that takes amazing care of people, remembering what they like and always putting others first. She is one of the greatest hosts ever, and it's really amazing how she manages to make you feel like you are doing her a favor by letting her take care of you. I left with a very full stomach, great conversation ringing in my head and no boredom.

3 Comments:

Fun!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 18, 2007 11:30 AM  

Where does your friend store this amount of food, she has a drive- in fridge?

By Anonymous J.P., at January 18, 2007 2:10 PM  

Sounds like the best kind of friend

Shalom
Aaron
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By Blogger Bagel Blogger, at January 21, 2007 8:06 AM  

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