Person vs. Activity – How Do You Choose?

My dear friend, ZuZu, asked me for advice regarding what she referred to as “a puzzling situation.” She and a particular gentleman have been friends for about a year and a half. There is an astounding bond between them – so astounding, when together, it is felt by strangers - yet hectic work schedules and personal situations make it difficult for them to spend quality time together on a frequent basis. When they do, it is always memorable.

Recently, she received tickets to a WWE event. For those of you unfamiliar with WWE - it is wrestling. She asked her friend to join her. He said, “No. It’s not my thing.” She’s puzzled because it is on a Monday night, thus they both actually have some free time…a rare thing. Considering their history, she really believed he’d accompany her.

My advice to her – if a man really wants to spend time with you, there is absolutely nothing that will keep him away. This is WWE, a guy thing, not shoe shopping.

My loyal readers and Twitter followers, here’s a question for you, “When it comes to spending time with someone you care about, does the activity really matter?”

ZuZu would love to hear your advice, thoughts and comments, so please post yours for her to read.

Until next time, I leave you with a quote from Dr. Seuss, “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”


  1. Wrestling definitely seems like an acquired taste. I could see how disdain for the sport could trump desires to spend qt with someone. Perhaps it seems odd to the gentleman that ZuZu would rather attend a WWE event than find an alternative outlet that both parties enjoy so they can spend time together...?



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