I sat next to an acquaintance last week at a scout meeting. We've never talked much, although we have served on the same committee for the past six months. But when has the lack of a friendship stopped women from talking?
During that hour and a half meeting, she and I:
discussed her hysterectomy,
actively participated in the meeting,
sang Christmas carols,
discussed her children,
discussed my children,
made tie/fleece blankets to donate to a shelter,
learned about each other's jobs,
shared our opinions of certain teachers,
interacted with several other families,
discussed roller coaster libidos, and
took our scouts to visit with Santa.
she made a brief presentation
and she may have learned as much about me as I did about her.
It was a very fulfilling night, and it made me once again appreciate the amazing
multi-tasking mind of women.
P.S. When I Googled "female symbols" why did I get images of butt-lifts?